How to Help a Hoarder Loved One

They are many ways to help a loved one who is suffering from hoarding disorder. For instance, instead of judgement, express sympathy and encourage him to clean up his home. You can also seek help and advice from a professional, such as a therapist or psychologist, who may have a better insight in the issue. Finally, let him know that you will be with him all the way, from dealing with minor clutter to calling for professional assistance for the major ones.

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