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HOARDING. Keyara Valencia-Hinds. Current Events . HSB4M0. What is Hoarding. Failing to discard a large amount or number of items that have little to no value Severe cluttering of person’s home; no longer able to function as a viable living space. Perfectionism

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hoarding

HOARDING

Keyara Valencia-Hinds

Current Events

HSB4M0

what is hoarding
What is Hoarding
  • Failing to discard a large amount or number of items that have little to no value
  • Severe cluttering of person’s home; no longer able to function as a viable living space
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Perfectionism

  • If cannot do it right, will not do it at all
  • Afraid
  • May accidentally throw away
  • Ways of Use
  • All types of ways to use, or as a gift, therefore keep item
  • Attachment
  • Emotional feeling is intense and excessive
WHY

Do people hoard?

challenges change
Challenges & Change

Safety.Deviant.Health.Help.Responsible.Norms

challenges

Safety

  • Individuals lives put into danger; surroundings
  • Deviance
  • Seen as unsanitary and abnormal
  • Health
  • OCD
  • Mentally unstable
  • Is not easy to diagnose or treat; consent
Challenges

Safety

Deviance

Health

change
Change
  • Help & Support
  • De-clutter
  • Problematic behaviour
  • Medications
  • CBT
anthropology
Anthropology

Hoarding does not only occur in Canada, United States etc. - Worldwide

Different cultures & ethnicities

Shown on TV; discussed

hoarding buried alive
HOARDING: Buried Alive

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C1ewFIL6zbY

sociology

Taboo

  • Seen as weird and abnormal
  • Realization of Relation
  • They are not alone; Others “suffer” with same “illness”
  • Isolation
  • No social life
Sociology

The study of human social life, groups, and societies and how these affect individuals.

psychology
Psychology

Clinical Psychology

Objects, items etc. becomes individuals life

“addictions lie to you and tell you that you can't do without them”

maslow s hierarchy of needs
Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs
  • Hoarders desire to move up levels
  • Lack social aspect within their lives
  • Attempt to make their lives better
  • As a result, hoard things with “value”
  • Seems like a solution to their feelings of isolation
alfred adler
Alfred Adler
  • Individuals need to overcome feelings of inferiority
  • Strive for superiority and success
  • Hoarders aim to be “somebody” in a society that judges them as different
sigmund freud
Sigmund Freud
  • SUPEREGO
  • Aims for perfection
  • Punishes feelings, actions with guilt
  • Wants to seek help; realizes it is wrong or different
  • ID
  • ‘pleasure principle’
  • Demands immediate satisfaction
  • Wants to continue hoarding; habitual
  • EGO
  • Reality principle
  • Find balance [referee]
  • Unsure of what action to take; confused
  • Psychologist comes in
questions
Questions

“A question that makes you think is worth asking”

question 1
Question 1
  • How has society’s views on hoarding changed overtime? Considering that in the earlier years, individuals were seen as “pack rats”, but are now seen as a threat to society? Was it a hidden issue?
question 2
Question 2
  • How has the media negatively or positively impacted hoarding? Have our minds been altered to believe things said about hoarding?
question 3
Question 3
  • “I am not who I think I am, I am who I think you think I am” – Cooley’s Looking Glass
  • How does this quotation link with an individual’s mind who suffers from compulsive hoarding?
thank you

Thank You

For listening & participating.