This is hard for me to say, but I believe I'm considered a "paraphiliac". One of a most despicable category.
Why do I like little girls? I don't know! I'm terrified of talking it out with anyone except my therapist at this point, for... Obvious reasons. I haven't acted on these urges, but the fear of it getting worse always looms above me. I have trouble feeling happy for myself in any accomplishment due to how great my guilt and shame is.
I've spent much time and toiled away looking for answers but apparently perversions like this are the least known about. I don't really know what to do except avoid thinking about it. It's a rather difficult proposition.
If there is any word on mending the mind or easing my heavy heart and putting these troubles behind me, please... Help me...View Thread
There's a reason I tried posting here. I tried talking to my "therapist", although all I have access to is a councilor. I haven't been given any advice beyond "Don't think about it".
For the record, I don't have the money to talk to a real therapist. That's just the reality of my situation. I came to this site because it was the closest I thought I was going to get to good advice. Although, if the other reply is any indication then I stand corrected.
Please, I'm not trying to mess with people on this site. I have a serious problem and I need serious advice! I know my problem isn't going to get me on anybody's good side, but I actually want to change.View Thread
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