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(p. 107) Reducing Acquiring 

(p. 107) Reducing Acquiring
(p. 107) Reducing Acquiring

David F. Tolin

, Randy O. Frost

, and Gail Steketee

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date: 23 January 2021

This chapter discusses strategies for reducing acquiring in hoarding, including avoidance of high-risk situations, development of control, understanding the compulsive acquiring process, changing thoughts about acquiring, learning to tolerate triggers, development of a non-acquiring hierarchy, and developing alternative sources of enjoyment and coping.

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