People with hoarding disorder exhibit symptoms of excessive attachment to their belongings and may feel uneasy allowing other people to borrow or touch their things, or apprehension at throwing away or disposing of any i... More »

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According to the Mayo Clinic, symptoms of hoarding manifest as an inability to detach from objects and possessions that others would consider useless, leaving trash to pile up within the home and living a sheltered life ... More »

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Treatment for hoarding includes working with a psychotherapist in cognitive behavior therapy, which helps the patient return to normal function, Mayo Clinic suggests. Treatment may include the use of antidepressants. More »

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People with hoarding disorder typically amass various things and place them in different areas in their homes, and they exhibit messiness and trouble disposing of hoarded items, reports Mayo Clinic. Other signs include b... More »

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Narcissism, or narcissistic personality disorder, may cause patients to have an exaggerated sense of self-importance, thoughts of superiority, a requirement for constant admiration and a sense of entitlement, according t... More »

Treatment for hoarding includes working with a psychotherapist in cognitive behavior therapy, which helps the patient return to normal function, Mayo Clinic suggests. Treatment may include the use of antidepressants. More »

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People who are delusional engage in behaviors based on the type of delusion from which they are suffering, such as repeatedly contacting law enforcement because they believe someone is going to harm them or stalking peop... More »

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