Hoarders: 12 TONS of Junk Ruining Family’s Dream Home (S12) | A&E

As an escape, Dolores turned to excessive shopping which triggered her hoarding disorder and put her family in crisis, in this clip from Season 12, Episode 3 “Dolores (#130).”

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Professionals try to help people who compulsively hoard possessions

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33 thoughts on “Hoarders: 12 TONS of Junk Ruining Family’s Dream Home (S12) | A&E

  1. This is a mental illness! I have and eighty four year old mother who is a hoarder, all her life she's shopped for the same stuff, blankets towels dishes, pots n pans. My garage is full of her stuff. Its very sad. She keeps everything! Even food packed inner freezer!

  2. Its better to spend their time with their mother and let them feel that she is more important and loved more than anything and get her busy do normal things like looking out for her grandchildren’s.. cooking for dinner gardening and other therapeutic activities which give her more active and positive mindset towards things she need than she want.

  3. I wish they would have talked about what triggered the hoarding behavior.

    I hope they will be happy now.

    Also, they have a beautiful home and gorgeous furniture. I hope they are able to maintain the cleaning and organization.

  4. She has very supportive husband and family.. its amazing. I pray she can try control her addition to hoardering .God willing xx

  5. I don't understand why they can't just separate and the home gets sold. This way the woman would have to take her junk somewhere else. I must add since now I have seen the end, I think it is THE most beautiful house I have seen on this show!

  6. She has a neurological disorder but I wouldn't say it's compulsive hoarding I'd guess Parkinson's. I hope she actually gets the medical help she needs…

  7. Is this real because for ever how much clutter the curtains etc are clean, usually carpets are so bad after twenty years not vacuuming or cleaning that they have to be thrown away or you still see how bad they’ve been neglected

  8. If id of been family id of been tempted to send her overnight to a spa, the place is a tip,, while away id hire skips and get rid of the rubbish, and just await the consequences later. In the end the house is a palace, the furniture is gorgous.

  9. I do hope Dolores gets herself some help going forward. Someone to pull her through and away from her old habits. She's put together a lovely home, I would like to think she can let herself enjoy it with her husband, and have a good life – going shopping to get a high is fun but it's not an actual life. You go, Dolores, you live your life!

  10. So glad they got her therapy, it's not something to look down on many people need therapy for all kinds of things but dont pursue it because they are afraid of the stigmas. But in 2021 there needs to be no more fear in helping your mental and emotional health improve.

  11. BRAVO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  12. They always complain that the hoarder's "holding up the process" and they don't know if there's enough time to empty the house 🙄 You'd think that, after years of doing this, they'd anticipate that and allot enough time to begin with.

  13. What. Beautiful house they have it’s so sad to see how it got to but amazing to see the newness of the. House and the new chance they have. Let’s hope the. Women can get better a lot of people just thinks it’s about throwing things away when the shopping addiction doesn’t stop

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