No worries, I don't take it as a slam because.... eh, sometimes I've asked myself the same question, as have others. Plus I must also admit that some people have stopped speaking to me altogether because I wouldn't stop overloading them or ruminating around them. ^^;
I think I am getting a tad better about it, but I still do it.
I guess the best way to answer your question is that... this is just sort of the way I've always been, especially since I turned 19 and got exposed to the internet for the first time. It began when I got my very first blog, when a new friend at the time urged me to get one in order to join in with her and others, and said that I could talk about whatever I wanted.
So I began to talk about whatever. I shared my lifestories, and I also got into a very unhealthy habit of ranting, complaining, and trying to analyze the universe and every little thing that ever happened in my life, and why it happened the way it did.
Which also proved to be a rather frustrating process sometimes, because I was trying to discuss things with people who weren't there, or it turned out that other people didn't want to analyze things as indepthly as me. I guess, especially in the past, it was always a source of great frustration for me when others would rather move on quickly and just keep dealing with day to day life instead of stopping frequently to think about what everyone did and what happened.
Perhaps part of this is also a holdup from a long time ago, when it seemed like I was surrounded by nothing but people who kept trying to deny that anything was ever wrong, cover up issues, or even act like there had never even been any problems to begin with. So I once made a firm decision that I would never allow that to happen again, that I would make it my personal life goal to figure out the Ultimate How and Why of every single thing I can, and try to make others do the same... and maybe even try to change others, due to how crappy some things got during my growing up years.
However, it would seem that my methods don't really work, especially since... I'm only just beginning to learn to accept that you can't really change others, and maybe... there is actually nothing to be gained by figuring out the Ultimate Why.
After doing this for about two decades though, and feeling like I'm still looking for at least some answers, maybe I just don't know what else to do with myself or how to conduct myself differently.
Plus, I guess part of it is stubbornness on my part. I have been severely disappointed by the fact that I couldn't make some people I loved dearly see certain things my way, and some people seemed more intent on trying to make me see things THEIR way, or ditching me altogether.
It doesn't help that I'm no longer interested in many of my old hobbies, and I also feel rather heart-broken over the fact that other people I used to do certain hobbies or projects with are no longer there, or at least no longer interested.
Besides, it also just seems like the world has really changed a lot since I was a kid. I still feel like I don't know what to do in THIS world, because I feel like I was originally raised for a very different kind of world with a different set of expectations, and then when I finally reached a point where I could begin to adapt somewhat.... it has gone and changed again.