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Strategies to identify, manage, and overcome hoarding.
Elaine Birchall, MSW, RSW, and Suzanne Cronkwright
Solutions start with taking that first step away from being overwhelmed.
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Learn these life strategies when ADD/ADHD and Hoarding Disorders co-exist.
Why did the "stuff" seem more important than me?
They can discard; they just can't keep up.
What stops you from moving forward with decluttering and your other goals?
What's getting in the way of your desire to move forward?
Are you considerably different from who you used to be, want to be, dream of being, or who others have told you are or need to be?
The best outcomes start with the best assessments.
Where do I get the energy for motivation and perseverance?
The best outcomes start with great assessments.
Be kind and gentle with yourself and require the same from others.
How can we cope with hoarding disorder during a pandemic?
As a self-protective measure from fear, have we started to cocoon and let the byproducts of day-to-day life build up around us?
Do you have difficulty stopping your online shopping?
Do you feel overwhelmed by the stuff you're saving from both parents and children?
What to do when you don't know where to start.
Working toward achieving your goals to overcome hoarding, learn new things, and find joy in life.
How to begin moving forward to the life you want for yourself.
Set realistic goals for 2020
Is someone you care about suffering from not living up to the Hallmark version of Christmas due to their hoarded environment?
What are specific areas in your home that pose the top safety risks and require priority for remediation?
Why can't you let stuff go? Here's how to recognize attachment issues.
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?
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.