Latest Compulsive hoarding Stories
Though the hoarding condition is widely exploited on national and cable television through reality TV, very little is known about the impacts hoarding has on its sixteen million sufferers.
The physical, emotional, mental, social, and financial impacts of hoarding can be detrimental to the health and well-being of a person struggling with the mental condition known as compulsive
Animal hoarding continues to be a pressing issue as more and more accounts surface weekly across the United States.
Determining the Levels of Hoarding a person may be struggling with can determine the best course of action for treatment and recovery.
Understanding the different types of hoarding can be monumental in discovering the proper treatment for a sufferer of the debilitating condition known as disposophobia.
Hoarding support groups and therapist resources can be difficult to come by for hoarders and those willing to help them.
Address Our Mess highlights prime examples of hoarding, the telltale signs of its invisible stronghold on a person’s quality of living, and the methods friends and families can use to help them
Disposophobia, or compulsive hoarding, is the unmentioned secret of two to five percent of the world’s population.
Address Our Mess case managers have developed the Levels of Hoarding Chart which is designed to move hoarders and their helpers into action before their conditions become life-threatening.
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