What does a hoarder’s home look like now?

Last month, we posted a video of Hoarding Coach and Disaster Masters founder Ron Alford giving a tour of a hoarder’s home. As before, this home appears perfectly normal from the outside, but the interior is a completely different story.

Ron also gives insight into the intellect of a hoarder, and how they let their homes get that way. It is never too late to turn your life around.

If you, a loved one, client or colleague need assistance with a hoarding, syllogomania or Disposophobia situation, please contact Ron at 1-800-ThePlan, or send him an email at ron@disastermasters.com, for immediate solutions.

 

Disposophobia follows you from the home

Disaster Masters founder, Ron Alford, examines a client’s car and discusses how if one is a hoarder/ disposophopic at home, they are likely to display those characteristics outside the home also.

If you, a loved one, client or colleague need assistance with a hoarding, syllogomania or Disposophobia situation, please contact Disaster Masters national office at 1-800-ThePlan, or send us an email at helpme@theplan.com, for immediate solutions.

Disaster Masters Florida and Disaster Masters North Carolina

While Disaster Masters have always been a national company, we have now begun centralized operations in both Florida and in North Carolina. Now, our friends in both Florida and North Carolina can benefit from the raft of services provided by Disaster Masters. To access your local site, please click on the links below.

Disaster Masters Florida

 

Disaster Masters NC

If you, a loved one, client or colleague need assistance with a hoarding, syllogomania or Disposophobia situation, please contact Disaster Masters national office at 1-800-ThePlan, or send us an email at helpme@theplan.com, for immediate solutions.

Your shrink cannot fix this!

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Your shrink cannot fix this.

Disposophobia was coined in 1995, by Ron Alford, founder of Disaster Masters, Inc.®, because he realized that the mental health professionals and the media had it all wrong. Disposophobia and hoarding are not the same thing. Disposophobia is still, and always will be defined as “The fear of getting rid of stuff”.

Ron Alford says that, “Psychiatrists and therapists have never cured an alcoholic, or a smoker, they cannot cure a real hoarder. Disposophobia is a self-taught behavior that can be rectified.”

“It is not something that can be cured by mental health professionals, TV shows, organizers or relatives”, he says. “Drugs will not solve the problem either, these efforts do not work, and more often than not, therapy can make the situation worse.”

The real way to solve this mess comes from within. The first step to freeing yourself from the strangling effects of too much stuff is to make the decision to call the Disaster Masters. Over the past 35 years, Ron Alford and the Disaster Masters have given 1,000’s of dysfunctional people, who were buried in clutter, a new life.

If you, a loved one, client or colleague need assistance with a hoarding or Disposophobia problem, please call us at 1-800-ThePlan, or email Disaster Masters for immediate solutions.

What does a hoarder’s home look like?

Have you ever wondered what the inside of a hoarder’s house looks like? Sure, you were able to see what you were allowed to on those hoarding shows, but what is it really like?

Hoarding Coach and Disaster Masters founder, Ron Alford gives you a personal tour of a hoarder’s home. This home appears perfectly normal from the outside, but the interior is a completely different story.

Check out Ron’s guided tour of the ground level of the home below.

If you, a loved one, client or colleague need assistance with a hoarding, syllogomania or Disposophobia situation, please contact Ron at 1-800-ThePlan, or send him an email at helpme@theplan.com, for immediate solutions.