Things You Need to Know in Helping a Hoarder

If you want to help a loved one afflicted with Hoarding Disorder (HD), you must do you part and learn as much about the condition as you can. Here are some things you should know:
  • Pressuring them into decision making can lead to extreme anxiety.
  • The way they value their possessions may be different from how you consider yours.
  • Personality, genetics, trauma and isolation can all lead to HD.
  • Inability to part with possessions, cluttered living spaces, and unsanitary food and trash build ups are all HD symptoms.
  • Educating oneself, contacting a mental health professional, and a compassionate approach can all be great in helping a hoarder loved one.
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