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Strategies to identify, manage, and overcome hoarding.
Elaine Birchall, MSW, RSW, and Suzanne Cronkwright
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Overcoming hoarding seems so simple: "Just do it. Get organized and clean up every day."
Is it true that people who hoard can’t discard?
What would it take for each of us to upset our wellness balance and become overwhelmed?
Are people who experience loss or are survivors of the Great Depression at greater risk of developing Hoarding Disorder?
When does clutter shift to hoarding?
Collections give us pleasure and we want to and share them with people who will appreciate them. We take care of them and maintain them. So, are you a collector, or do you hoard?
Elaine Birchall, MSW, RSW, is a hoarding behavior and intervention specialist.
Suzanne Cronkwright is a technical writer, editor, and documentation and courseware consultant and the co-author of Conquer the Clutter.