Our expert says:
Don't feel guilty --- these people are always being thoughtless and tactless, and often selfish and self-centred. Its usually not related to any specific psychiatric disorder, except perhaps to the manic phase of Bipolar Disorder, and then it would be episodic, and not a constant feature.
Babbling brook's are nice to sit beside and losten to, but not babbling people. Of course they could be helped by counselling a la CBT, to learn to LISTEN and pay attention to others, and not to assume that their every thought must automatically be fascinating to everyone else.
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