Understanding Hoarding Behaviors

Imagine a possession you value more than any other, such as a loved letter from your spouse or a trophy from your childhood. Now imagine throwing that possession out with the trash. That intense feeling of attachment and sadness you are experiencing is what a hoarder experiences with hundreds or even thousands of possessions, oftentimes things of little or no real value. Difficult discarding things, intense feeling of attachment to useless belongings, and distress or impairment as a result of a cluttered living space are some of the most common and noticeable signs of a hoarding problem.

Watch this video to learn more about hoarding behaviors. If you or someone you love is dealing with hoarding, seek help from a professional psychologist. You should also seek the assistance of a hoarding clean-up service in Orlando . Cleaning up after a hoarder is nasty, dangerous business. Fortunately, a hoarding clean-up service has the tools and training to remove all of the biohazard threats and help you or a loved one on the road to recovery.