How to Help a Hoarder Loved One in Denial

Denial is one of the most difficult stages in recovering from any harmful condition, including hoarding. As a concerned friend or relative, you want to make sure that you offer everything that you can to ensure your loved one’s recovery. To do this, here are five things that you should remember:
  • Express your care and concern.
  • Instead of arguing with him, listen.
  • Ask questions about his feelings towards his behavior, his home, etc.
  • Consider professional help.
  • Don’t force him when he is not yet ready to take his recovery to the next level.
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