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Margy’s father committed suicide and her struggle with his mental health symptoms didn’t end with his death. He was a hoarder. Margy, as his only child, was thrust into the role of going through her parents’ house after he passed. She was the one who had to hire help and a dumpster and motivate her mother to go through her belongings every single day until the house was cleaned out.
Margy provides us insight into the life of a hoarder by talking about her dad. Her father was funny. He was a successful self-employed lawyer and an animal lover. Margy never suspected he might choose to die by suicide. Many hoarders present well to the world with good personal hygiene and success at work and no one would ever know if they didn’t go to their house and see (and smell!) the nightmare.
What causes a person to become a hoarder? Margy’s observations suggest that it’s similar to alcoholism. There is an underlying trauma that has not been dealt with, which causes a person to make decisions every day that may not benefit them or their family. When a person hoards their emotional responses to triggers, those feelings manifest in other ways, such as hoarding behavior.
Margy is now the CEO of a company called Interview Connections. They work to connect business owners to podcasters so they can get their name out on shows. The way she moved up so quickly in business and brought it to 7 figures is astonishing. She attributes all her success to the hardest project she’s ever worked on, cleaning out her parents’ home.
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Connect with Margy
- “My old life fell apart. And I created this new life that was so much more authentic that I had this much deeper understanding of myself.” @MargyFeldhuhn @MatanaJacobs #HopetoRecharge
- “What your environment looks like has such an impact on your mental health.” @MargyFeldhuhn @MatanaJacobs #HopetoRecharge
- “I believe that the majority of the world’s problems are just people with unprocessed trauma walking around.” People take that trauma out in different ways. @MargyFeldhuhn @MatanaJacobs #HopetoRecharge
- “Hoarders are just normal people… Everybody has something, everybody has some little weird thing that can get out of control… Look at your own life. There’s something that you do that you don’t love or you don’t feel fully in control of. And I think it’s no different.” @MargyFeldhuhn @MatanaJacobs #HopetoRecharge
- “A big part of hoarding is that hoarders don’t believe that they deserve better. They just don’t care because they don’t believe that they deserve to live in a clean, beautiful environment.” @MargyFeldhuhn @MatanaJacobs #HopetoRecharge
- Recovering from a loved one’s suicide
- The trauma behind the hoarding
- “Emotional hoarding” (not dealing with negative emotions)
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