Some people I work with are overwhelmed by the amount of belongings they have and with general day to day activities and can find it hard to make decisions. They might get so overwhelmed, they can stop making decisions all together. For a while that might be ok, but eventually things such as bills, rubbish, mail etc will start to mount up.
What I have noticed is that when people get to this point they are usually very stressed, financially strained, sad and lonely. They might be ashamed of the situation they are in and have no confidence.
When someone invites me into their life, they have opened themselves up to being vulnerable and have put a lot of trust in me. I value their choice and together we develop a relationship built on trust and respect. As we work together it is about decision making. When we start making decisions in a supportive environment then the empowerment grows within that person and they move from overwhelm to increasing confidence. This is not a fast process, it takes time and I really enjoy the time I spend with that person, seeing their growth.