(Video-Interview): Psychology of Decluttering; Valerie Huard shares How To Declutter To Reduce Stress

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Have you ever struggled with keeping your environment tidy as an unconscious effect of trauma or negative life experiences?

When people feel traumatized, they become afraid of any change. Change means loss of control and that reminds them of trauma. As a result, they sometimes tend to hoard  things.

Would you like to discover how to let go of past trauma by letting go of clutter?

In this episode of ‘Happy and Healthy Mind with Dr. Rozina,’ our guest Valerie Huard will be sharing her story of overcoming trauma and stress by breaking the clutter cycle and reorganizing her physical space.

Valerie is a published author, speaker, and expert who works with people all over the world. From trauma to triumph, Valerie Huard has seen it all. She will bring you on a decluttering journey to declutter more than just your space.

Watch this video so you can learn some practical tips for decluttering your space so you can bring back your inner calm and power.

In this interview, you will learn:

00:00 min – Introduction

02:04 min – How decluttering helps in overcoming trauma and depression (Valerie’s story)

04:07 min – How Valerie started her decluttering journey

09:48 min – Scientific evidence on the relationship between trauma and clutter

Practical Tips and Tools for Decluttering and Destressing

13:29 min –  Tip #1: Eliminate your emotional attachment to things (Wear a pair of gloves when decluttering)

16:11 min – Tip #2: Create an ambiance (Use a construction light when decluttering clothes)

17:32 min – Tip #3: Select a unique scent specifically for your decluttering activity

20:27 min – What kind of problems people face when they fail to declutter

21:25 min – Positive effects of decluttering

21:50 min – 4 Dimensions of Decluttering

  1. Reducing the stress
  2. Calming the mind
  3. Discovering free time
  4. Simplifying the living space

24:13 min – To watch Valerie’s FREE webinar, you can visit her website at https://www.dowellht.com/. You may also check out her book “Put That Stuff Down” at https://www.putthatstuffdown.com/order-form1602366012092

25:00 min – Special of the day: Emptying our mental garbage bin

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Remember, “Clutter is not just physical stuff. It’s old ideas, toxic relationships, and bad habits. Clutter is anything that does not support your better self.” – Eleanor Brown

Make it a habit to declutter not just your physical space but also your mind. Every day is an opportunity to make a fresh start.

Reset, refresh, and refuel so you can begin your journey towards a happier and healthier life. I am cheering for you!

Dedicated to your health and happiness, 

Dr. Rozina

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