The Impact of Hoarding Disorder

According to medical experts, hoarding can be a symptom of obsessive-compulsive disorder. It is a mental condition that is characterized by accumulation of large quantities of objects, papers, documents and other possessions beyond necessity or pleasure. Unfortunately, those people who hoard don’t recognize the characteristics and this makes it more difficult to treat the disorder.

In treating this mental condition, family members and neighbors can actually be a part of the solution. As a matter of fact, it takes a community to help a hoarder and find the appropriate solution for such problem. That said, social support must be in place in order to help a hoarder overcome his condition. It takes not only patience but also new skills and strategies in order for someone to cope with a hoarding disorder.

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