Member of the Association for Cognitive-Behavioral Psychotherapy Nadezhda Dvoskina spoke about the impact of disorder in the house on the emotional state of a person.
As the specialist explained in an interview with “RIA Real Estate” On Thursday, July 29, the constant clutter in the apartment can cause feelings of guilt and anxiety in a person, as well as fatigue, distraction and loss of self-esteem. In addition, clutter is often associated with stress, relationship failure, and dissatisfaction with one’s own life. If a person has an attitude, for example, that “a good housewife’s kitchen always shines,” and a person observes the opposite around him, this can lead to feelings of guilt and shame for himself, as well as cause thoughts that he is not doing well, because it fails to maintain the desired order.
“All this affects self-esteem: one’s own abilities are assessed as low, and there are also thoughts of worthlessness, which can lead to prolonged depression,” explained the psychologist.
Dvoskina noted that in such cases one should contact a psychologist or psychotherapist, because attempts to solve the problem on their own can only aggravate it. Also, the specialist advised to turn the constant cleaning of the house into a routine that does not require special attention and concentration. This will help reduce energy costs as well as save energy and time.
The psychologist added that it is also possible to split the cleaning into several stages and use the principle of “small matters”: for example, on Monday to collect books on one shelf, on Tuesday to sort out the closet with clothes and so on, the TV channel notes. “360”…
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