To Advanced Bio-Treatment’s Readers:

I know this topic is very interesting to many of you. But what is it about this situation that causes so much interest? Is it the argument about whether it’s a mental illness or just laziness?

Is it that it’s so difficult to understand how people could live that way? Is it the emotional aspect of when animals are involved or the hoarding includes trash, urine or feces?

Perhaps it’s all of the above and because there so many strange aspects to all of this.

Personally, I do have difficulty relating to it and answering those questions above.

Perhaps it’s perfectly normal that we as human beings decide anything that we don’t understand is just wrong and that they are being lazy versus a legitimate mental health issue.

In my experience though, I can apply this to many

For example when women speak; I don’t understand them any more than I understand why people choose to live in filth.

That example tells me that it’s just in our nature to resist things we do not understand and assign it some level of less importance than our own ideas would impart.

I know this because my Mom and girlfriend are very smart ladies. And Sometimes I have no idea what they are talking about.

In the end, it’s important to recognize that we simply aren’t meant to understand everything. So in this business at least, having empathy is really important if you want to serve your customer well.

I welcome my Fans thoughts on this topic. I hope you found my thoughts interesting, entertaining or at least less than boring. Have a great day and let me know what you think !!!

– Jerry Turner, President ABT

Jerry Turner President, ABT








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Ted Pelot Owner & President of Crime Scene Cleanup Company - Advanced Bio-Treatment