The Tells of Being a Hoarder

Some people turn to hoarding as a way to cope with negative experiences. They build an attachment to their ‘collections’ that they eventually find difficult to put an end to.

The first step to coping with hoarding disorder is acknowledgement. Consider the following, and find out if the shoe fits:
  • The “stuff” in your house is more than clutter
  • You are unable to throw away things, even when you no longer have use for them
  • Piles of stuff have taken over your living space
  • You can’t use your appliances or plumbing fixtures anymore
  • You feel embarrassed by your possessions
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