Our expert says:
A curious complaint. Although it is good to talk things over with an appropriate professional person, clearly you pick the wrong people and tell them things that are of no possible help for you. What do you think motivates this ? Are you anticipaing sympathy or help from them ? shock ? Why do you need to tell people, therapists or others, how weird you are ? Why does it seem important to you to be weird, and to be seen as weird ?
I'm also puzzled by your concept of therapy ( and, apparently, that of your therapists ) --- there's little point in just telling them the story of your life and moving on, That's useless. This is one of the reasons why why I recommend only CBT ( Cognitive-Behaviour Therapy ) because it has a specific agenda --- it works with you to identify specific problems that ened attention, to specify goals, and works realistically on how to get there from here. When you have achieved your goals, THEn therapy is complete. Aspects of your past are relevant only if they shed light on how you reached the fixed and maladaptive ideas that lead to current problems and inconvenient behaviour.
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