Helping a Loved One Cope with Hoarding Disorder

Extreme cleaning expert Matt Paxton shares some tips on how we can help our hoarder loved ones recover from Hoarding Disorder and place their homes and their lives back in order:
  • Spot the symptoms of the disorder
  • Recognize events that commonly trigger the disorder
  • Seek professional advice and assistance in handling the hoarder and his mess
  • Avoid taking things (i.e. the clean-up task) into your own hands
To learn more about these steps, check out an article from County Seat — click here.

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