What It’s Like To Grow Up In A Hoarder’s House

Hoarding disorder makes it difficult, if not impossible, for hoarders to throw anything away, and their lives quickly become one big, cluttered mess. American photographer Geoff Johnson recreated what his childhood home looked like as he grew up with a hoarder mother in Omaha, Nebraska. The images are unsettling and yet insightful, giving us a unique glimpse of how a child might cope with life among the garbage piles.

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– via neatorama.com, ignant.de, abc7chicago.com, geoffjohnson.com.

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