I know I'm not the only one but what is the attraction to this show we all have? Sometimes I get so frustrated with these people that I want to either show up on their doorstep and say "get a grip" or I want to give them a hug and say "It will be ok." The shows I absolutely will not watch are the ones with animal hoarders. (There's a show specifically for this - some I'm not sure why Hoarders would have this.) The one last week with the 36 cats of which 17 had passed was horrible. The owner obviously has mental issues and needs help. Yet, they never tell you what happens to these people. So, I'm not too keen on the "leave you hanging" aspect. I guess the reason to watch is that it does motivate you to clean your own home - or it does me. When I see things on the show that I have - like collections that no "me" any longer - I'm ok parting with these items. So, I box them up and take them to charity or sell them. You have to have an open mind to watch this show. You'll know instantly if it's for you or not.
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A television show on A&E documenting the struggles of people with hoarding disorders. Each 60-minute episode of Hoarders is a look inside the lives of two different people whose inability to part with their belongings is so out of control that they are on the verge of a personal crisis.