Psychologists Share Information About Hoarding

While many people think that collecting stuff may sound innocent, it can be an indication of a serious illness according to psychologists.

Linda C. Goodnight, a psychologist at A Center for Wellness in Dover, said that hoarders feel like they are losing a part of them once they start throwing away stuff they have collected or accumulated. Hoarding can actually start as early three years old. Some people hold onto to their collection as a way of coping with deeper issues in their lives.  And because they don’t worry about guilt, they find difficulty in letting go of their stuff.

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