it isn't a real condition or diagnosis but I have encountered people with something I decided to call "Chronic Disclosure Syndrome" or CDS. As long as I can remember people have shared with me amounts of personal information that was remarkable. Until I found my way to the counseling profession I struggled to help people who had invited me into their most private secret place.
It is an honor and a privilege to be trusted.
I have yet to meet anyone who unable to tell me what would make them happy.
But "but" it always the problem. I would be happy, but . . . here is why I'm not. I could be happy, but . . . here is the list of things that must change first.
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