As a therapist educate patients to be honest and confess what patients have done to harm others, during chemical dependence. This can be a private one to one confession. Often, they share their wrong doings to the people who attend a meeting. One must have an experience that when he told his secret to others, possibly his closest friends, he feels relieved.
Small advice from a friend may be very helpful for those who feel uncomfortable to take this step. One day when a patient expressed his uneasy feelings about sharing his shameful secret, his friend helped him by telling her own story. She said that when she told her older brother the same thing, he told her that she was carrying a thing which is too big. If the thing she was carrying was awkward, heavy, and big, her brother could help her carry her stuff. He told her further that if she continued to hold it by herself, it would become too big for her to keep holding. Later, she might have a bigger problem.
She told him her secret. She was later glad she did. It helps to share some awkward secret with someone who one feels less uncomfortable. It worth trying, if it prevents one's heart from broken. One should take time to consider with whom he can share his secret. The one should be neutral interest or no conflict of interest. If one cannot select anyone, he would think to consult to his church clergyman or his psychiatrist.
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