“I am appalled by the way I’m living,” says Robin, an admitted hoarder, adding, “I’ve not been excited, optimistic, or had hope in a very long time.” She says that when she was a child, her mother called her “Rob-the slob” – and it stuck. TELL DR. PHIL YOUR STORY: Bad mother/daughter relationship?
“Like a gopher, I get in my hole and I gather things around me so I’m protected,” says the 71-year old who admits she has trouble throwing anything away. WATCH ‘I Always Felt Dirty,’ Says Actress Of Growing Up With A Hoarder Mother
Currently living with half a dozen dogs and a cat in one bedroom of a rented home where she admits she isn’t even able to use the kitchen, Robin says, “This is exactly what drowning looks like. This is it. This is above water drowning.” WATCH Hoarding Explained
Describing her hoarding as “controlling,” “overpowering,” and “debilitating,” Robin acknowledges she is on the verge of being evicted by her landlord. Does Dr. Phil have a plan to find her help?
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