Ok so I am a 23 year old male and i need some help. I will try to sound as immature as i can because this will sound like a really stupid question. Basically i just recently re met my old friend from high school and i never really liked her then but now i don't know what it is but im almost certain that i might be in love with her, at least i for sure know that i more than just like her. We basically hang out every single week and i absolutely love being around her. Just her presence makes me so happy and makes me enjoy every second i have with her. Now comes the weird part. I have no idea why, but at times i get weird sexual feelings towards her for no reason and i hate and its driving me mad! I am basically in love with this girl and the last thing i want to do is have sex with her i don't know why i feel this way. Its not horribly bad though not like i get the urge to rape her but im not around her i get weird sexual fantasies about her and it really bothers me. I want to be with her and i know that if we do end up together at some point sex will be the last thing on the list of to do's i just dont know why i have these feelings. I am to the point where i am ashamed of myself for even thinking such things about a friend/girl i like. If anyone can help me in some way just to give advice if this is normal or what. And i literally i can't stop seeing her, the 1 day i get every week with her is prolly the best day of the week. Thanks all!View Thread
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