All the people of the world want — or likely, need — a confidant.
The synonyms — compadre, friend, adviser or intimate — are inadequate. A true confidant is that unique person in whom one can entrust anything, from insecurities to dark secrets — without fear that it will ever see the light of day or invite judgment, no matter how disturbing its content. The trust one has in such a confidant may arise from a relationship that extends over time, or even a one-time encounter with a discreet bartender — circa a quarter to three.
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