And I would submit that some of the work you need to do needs to be done outside Rconcilliation.
I know some people are very sinful. But when there is a long line waiting, and someone gets in there with every possible permutation of non-sinful activity and takes 7, 10 or more minutes, there may be someone else in line who truly needs the sacrament who may be denied.
I am all for confessing one’s sins. However, in general, “spit and git” has some merits. There are plenty of good resources for an examination of conscience and they can be utilized ahead of time. Reconcilliation time is not time for spiritual direction. If you have a problem with scrupulosity, perhaps you should be setting special appointment. And if you don’t know if something is sinful before you get there, then do a little work; the rest of us would like to be able to access the sacrament ourselves.
Some of the issues that come up in these forae are prime examples (one of them -“I looked at someone’s shoes” - for crying out loud) show someone in dire need of catechesis or counseling.