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Hoarding: The Ultimate Guide for How to Overcome Compulsive Hoarding, Saving, And Collecting (De-Cluttering, Hoarders, Self-Help, Disorder, Treatment, Free, OCD, Buried, Organized, Organization) Kindle Edition

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By S J on February 3, 2014
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I'll admit, I'm a hoarder.
This book has taught me that 'collecting' a large supply of often unnecessary items isn't healthy, Hulse's book then goes into detail about how to correctly manage and end your hoarding addiction for good.
If your house is full of clutter and you can't come to terms with it do yourself a favour and download this book.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By M. Sparks on February 24, 2014
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Thank you SO much for writing this, Julian Hulse. I am very attached to paper my children bring home from church/school and clothes we haven't even wore in forever. I knew I needed help but never thought to read a book to get some tips. I'm going to implement some of the ones I just learned and try to get back in control of my life! I also searched and found some forums which is something I NEVER would have wen thought to look for again - people like me who I can relate with and get help from. Thank you so much!! You do not know how much I appreciate your help! :)
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Jeff B on March 3, 2014
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“Hoarding: The Ultimate Guide for How to Overcome Compulsive Hoarding, Saving, And Collecting (De-Cluttering, Hoarders, Self-Help, Disorder, Treatment, Free, OCD, Buried, Organized, Organization)” is a well-written, informative book about the devastating disorder known as hoarding. Julian Hulse outlines quite well just what hoarding is, and some of the things that cause it. The book also helps define the sometimes vague differences between hoarding and OCD, which is very helpful when you are trying to gauge whether or not you, too, are a hoarder.

This is a short read, but is jam-packed with excellent information and tips to try de-cluttering your home and your life. If you find yourself wondering whether or not you are a hoarder, or if you know you are and want some advice on how to curb that hoarding tendency, this eBook is an excellent resource to add to your anti-hoarding toolbox.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By tater salad on February 27, 2014
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The book was a little short, but packed with great info. She explained the difference between OCD and hoarding. She gave some good strategies for dealing with a hoarding problem. It was interesting that she noted that children as young as 6 can develop a hoarding problem and that they usually hoard useless items, such as candy wrappers. My 12 year old son has done that for the past 5 years. In addition to never wanting to get rid of any toy that he's outgrown, he insists on keeping every little scrap of plastic or ribbon as well. I'm more of the "better keep this just in case I need it" (especially papers/documents) and a sentimental hoarder. Hopefully this guide will help motivate me to at least start decluttering.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Kindle Customer on February 27, 2014
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this e-book really tells it like it is. l have struggled with this condition most of my life. the characteristics of a hoarder fit me exactly. I related to the author describing the hoarder as artistic, perfectionist, and procrastinator. it is a crippling disorder that sucks the life and energy out of you. I'm glad I got this easy to read e-book, now I can get a handle on my own situation.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Charisse Beverly on February 24, 2014
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I am a self-admitted hoarder. I have school papers from middle school and magazines from adolescence. I have books that I have no intention of ever reading and Barbie clothes “just in case” I have a daughter. My husband chuckles at my “pack-rat tendencies,” but this book has help me come to terms with the fact that this is, in deed, a problem. I can’t say that it has been easy, but this book has definitely laid the groundwork for me to finally shed this unnecessary habit (and clean my closets, literally). Highly recommended!!!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on April 2, 2014
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I didn't know what to expect from a book like this and wasn't sure I wanted to read a huge textbook on the subject. However, this is nothing like that. Short, to the point, it outlines some of the causes and definitions of what is hording and the tactics to get over it. Whether you read it for yourself or for someone you love, you will get a lot out of it and in just a short, wonderful read too.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By K C Block on March 22, 2014
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The subject of Hoarding has interested me for some time. This book gave new insights about the impact and frustrating problems of Hoarding. It is a well written, non-judgemental Guide. Along with explaining the possible risks and factors for Hoarding it includes many concrete suggestions to help the Hoarder care for themselves so 'they can make better decisions about their things'. I was impressed by the constant, gentle encouragement through out the Guide, especially for what I might call those "scary First Steps". It was not at all the Clinical book I had expected. I would like to see more articles from Julian Hulse. Kathy B
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