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Hoarding Disorder Help: 15 Minimalist Steps to Help You DeclutterBy Milton HarrisonHas hoarding disorder taken over yours or friend/family members life? Are you ready to take back control? Then read on...2-5% of adults live with hoarding disorder, and it is estimated that up to 5% of the global population displays symptoms. You might feel alone? but you're not. Perhaps you've tried to tackle the clutter in your home before but it just feels too overwhelming. Maybe you feel out of control: you know there's a problem, but you don't know where to start. What you need is a solid plan. By breaking the problem into manageable goals and preparing thoroughly for decluttering, you can tame that chaos. Don't know how to start? No problem. In Hoarding Disorder Help: 15 Minimalist Steps to Help You Declutter, you're given the tools you need to succeed, you'll learn: The #1 reason cleaning up feels so daunting? How to plan for decluttering success? Tricks to help manage your anxiety? The secret to avoiding relapse? How to combat feelings of shame and guilt? Why decluttering is about more than cleaning? How to clear out 80% of objects in a home with minimal anxiety? The secret to keeping hoarding behaviors in check? How to be kind in the fight against hoarding. And much more. This struggle is recognized by professional psychologists and therapists, and it is absolutely normal to feel overwhelmed when you think about decluttering your home. This book is here to help. 70% of patients with hoarding disorder experience positive results from therapy and successfully get their lives back on track. Armed with a clear strategy for tackling the clutter head-on, a person can take back control of their life. If you're ready to win the fight against hoarding disorder and tame the clutter in your home, click "Add to Cart" now. You can do this? and this is how you're going to succeed.
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