The truth is, the challenges of growing up in a hoarding environment can follow Adult Children of Hoarders (ACoH) their entire lives. Those that grow up in adverse environments often have lifelong struggles with organization, planning, emotional regulation, and tidiness.
You weren’t given the tools in childhood that would prepare you for success as an adult. Living in a hoarding environment may even change your brain development and your executive functioning.
Even if you’ve tried and failed to “get your act together” or “be a better housekeeper” in the past, you can absolutely learn new skills and routines that can change your life and bring you peace in your home.
I have been down this road, and through research and introspection, have made changes to my mindset and habits that have given me freedom from the shame, frustration, and anxiety of clutter and disorganization.
This in-depth course will help you understand the scientific cause behind your struggles with tidying, create opportunities to discard your old self-narrative about home care, and give you the practical skills, frameworks, and confidence to create an effective and healthy relationship with your home environment.
Change is the gift you give yourself. Investing your time in building better habits can bring you more happiness, stronger relationships, and lasting calm in every corner of your home. During this course, you’ll take concrete actions that get you on the road to less “stuff” and more success.
Understand how hoarding in childhood affects development into adulthood, and how the right approach can change outcomes.
Learn to address the blocks and overwhelm that have kept you in a cycle of false starts; use that knowledge to build new routines.
Put your plan into action, overcome every roadblock, and enjoy the peace that comes with a clean and manageable home.