WHAT IS "I’M RIGHT HERE: 10 WAYS TO GET HELP
FOR HOARDING AND CHRONIC DISORGANIZATION"?
In every neighborhood in every city, there is someone living in a home packed with possessions, perhaps spanning floor to ceiling as in the extreme cases we’ve seen on TV.
There are times we all grapple with household clutter and feel disorganized. But when chronic disorganization or hoarding behavior seriously impacts the quality of our lives or the lives of people we care about, compassionate, professional intervention can help.
In “I’m Right Here: 10 Ways to Get Help for Hoarding and Chronic Disorganization,” Jill Banmiller Yesko, a Certified Professional Organizer®, explains the difference between chronic disorganization and hoarding disorder and the multiple ways to access resources for help. Some people develop a hoarding disorder after experiencing a traumatic life event. Others accumulate items due to brain-based challenges such as depression, anxiety, or attention deficit disorder.
Whatever the underlying reason is, Yesko outlines the resources available to those experiencing extreme organizing challenges with their environments. She explains the advantages of collaborative therapy and the importance of effective communication and support during the decluttering process.
"It's about time! There is finally an approachable book for those that believe they might be hoarding, or like the numbers show us, are probably experiencing chronic disorganization. Jill Yesko comprehensively highlights the many ways to get help from the top professional organizers in the business, many of whom I've worked beside and learned from. This helpful, where-to-turn resource takes the fear and shame out of reaching out for professional help, closing the gap for those who aren't sure where to begin"
- Matt Paxton, Featured Expert on A&E's Hit Show HOARDERS, Host of Legacy List with Matt Paxton on PBS, National Motivational Speaker on Downsizing & Decluttering.