No, realistically it is up to you to decide if decluttering is for you. Don't take this decision lightly though, a thorough honest chat with yourself is called for.
Here are some questions to ponder and ruminate upon:
Is the stuff in my home or office disrupting my ability to carry on a normal everyday life? If so, to what extent?
Could I benefit health wise, mentally, emotionally, physically, financially by purging?
Is my daily productivity affected negatively at home or at work by the clutter, disorganisation, lack of systems?
If clutter is an issue for me, do I have the bravery demanded to admit it, confront it and deal with it?
Usually by the time we realise we need to get control of our lives by decluttering we need help to do it.
Think of ways your day to day could be better by purging.