Common name: Involuntary Oversharing
Latin name: totalis blabbermouthium
Symptoms: Inability to refrain from expelling a build up of information, every single thought that has entered sufferers head, or anything vaguely exciting that has happened to them. Symptoms usually appear on meeting another adult after extended periods in only the company of children.
Sufferers: Most commonly found in stay at home mothers but, increasingly seen in fathers over the last few years.
Infectius status: Not originally thought to be contagious, but with the advent of baby groups and preschool activities it has been found to infect all mothers who come into contact with each other.
Cure: See bottom of page