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I Have a Problem

& a fairly huge problem, too. I think some parts of my love life & relationships has been neglected & this has led to a very nasty side-effect that was non-existent 2 years ago. Young girls's faces are now looking very pretty, which makes me feel highly uncomfortable & anxious. Don't worry, human rights are at the forefront of my mind, I'm not going to be a paeidophile or some shit like that. I find it disgusting, wretched & something to be heavily condemned. Same goes for photos & weird online shit.
I need help with this, if I feel a certain way, usually other people will pick up on it. I think this problem would probably sort its self out in about 2 years time, but I've had enough.
What can I do?
KaiserSolze · 41-45, F
If you're 16-17 then date a 16-17 year old.
FCNantes · 18-21, M
0. Only ever had 1 for a few months, in a different country, on a fresh slate & 6 years ago.
If I asked I'd probably get laughed at. To be fair, I haven't made any effort to be attractive because I'm almost certain that that would be a bad use of my time.
My plan's to date when I'm 18 (August) or when I'm finished secondary school (07/2019). I would just cause unnecessary damage to myself if I tried before than. I've been damaged enough as it is.
KaiserSolze · 41-45, F
[@570134,FCNantes] my eldest son (17 nearly 18) sat on his xbox1 all the time. Then one day about 7 months ago he got up, sold the xbox, bought new clothes and got a Gf. So I'm pretty sure when you really want a Gf you will get one. You sound sensible to wait till you finish school.
FCNantes · 18-21, M
That's great! You must be really pleased by that.
I believe I'll get 1 as well when I'm in a superior situation.
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you need to ignore the pain and move on
FCNantes · 18-21, M
Ignoring pain's not an effective solution; that's a recipe for suicide.

 
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