Are you a hoarder, or do you just “collect” things? What is the difference?
- Takes pride in their possessions
- Experiences joy in displaying their collections
- Enjoys talking about their collectables
- Keeps their collected items well organized and displayed
- Feels satisfied when adding to their collection
- Effectively budgets their time spent collecting for their displays
- Effectively budgets the amount of money spent on their collections
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- Experiences embarrassment about their possessions
- Feels uncomfortable when others see their hoard
- Have clutter that takes up livable space
- Feels sad after acquiring additional items
- Feels ashamed that they have added to their hoard
- Are often in debt due to their hoarding
- Have anxiety over discarding or parting with possessionsOften experience marital or family discord over the hoarding
What are the top 8 Items people usually hoard?
3. Paper and Plastic Bags
4. Cardboard Boxes
6. Household Supplies
What are common items people collect?
1. Sports cards
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