Anxiety and decluttering
We have found that most people with decluttering issue's keep that part of there lives like a guilty secret. Whether your hoard is in a room, a part of the house or the whole house. Often clients have told us they just close the door on that part of the house, or don't invite too many people in their home. They tell us they feel embarrassed with the way their home looks, and that lots of clutter may have a big impact on living space.
Sometimes the clutter is so large that the space for living is drastically reduced, leaving little space to funtion. I have seen clients with only a portion of the bed to sleep on, or their living space is reduced to a seat, with no more room to move about in. When we have work with clients in this predicament they have all unreservedly said how much better they feel having less clutter and more space to live in.
No matter how you may get into this situation, there is always a way forward to declutter your home, which in turn helps you feel so much better. Clients say it's like a big weight has been lifted from their shoulders. Having a tidy living space will always have a positive impact on the way you feel, and live the rest of your lives.