They start hoarding again.
They resume hoarding. There's no cure for that problem that doesn't involve death or institutionalization.
That saddens me. They really need some help. I am the complete opposite. I think I need help, too!
this fascinates me...not sure why.<br />
If you are referring to the show, it's kinda sad...the 3-day clean up and then what??<br />
I am not convinced that the TV network does any follow up with these folks, which means we are all watching this in much the same way as those in the coliseum watched the lions have their way...
I'll let you know if I ever get rid of that stuff
thats how you create a hoardzilla
Depends on whether or not they seek help. They hoard because they psychologically think it will "protect" them from something, mostly loss. Second reason is because they spent money on the item, even if it is worthless now they can't let go of the idea they paid for it.
Hoarders have an impact on their neighbourhood. So it is not just their business.<br />
Hoarding attracts vermin and it stinks and is also a fire hazard.<br />
Sadly without ongoing professianal help it all starts again after the cleanup.
depends on if they do any follow-up therapy.<br />
princessmaine, most of us are either slobs or complusive cleaners. wish i were the latter ;)
Hoarders must buy huge Coffins. The problem with that action is, there will be no room for them. One thing is sure, they are Materialistic Psychopaths. Just don't look in my Barn.
who told on me?????
I think they would feel better and face the real problem
They keep buying more things to fill up the "empty space" after the cleanup. They have a hard time seeing nothing in thier room.
They haul the body away.
Most of it goes to the dump