Tips on Coping with Compulsive Hoarding

Being in an early stage of compulsive hoarding may help a person get out before his condition becomes worse. Here are a few tips to help you cope with your condition:
  • Don’t let mail and newspapers sit for days in your home. Decide what you need to do with them as soon as you have read them.
  • Before buying a new item, make sure that you will have room for it in your house. Otherwise, you may have to discard another belonging to make room for it.
  • Avoid clutter, big and small. Don’t leave things a mess; once you’re done with them and devise an organizational scheme for all your things.
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