I see nothing bad about you having sexual feelings about her, if you feel that much for her and she does not know... Well my friend the real question is when you intend to tell her about how you feel? There is not a single thing weird about you becoming in love with her, so that means the next step would be stay friends or go for more. To me it sounds like you want more then to be just friends..or you would not be having sexual feelings. Time to man up and charm your woman good luck!View Thread
So I have to ask abacadabar 7, have you ever when you were younger had any close good female friends? How was school life when you were younger? Were you less outgoing in your 20's, 30's? Things like that have more to do with finding a woman then you would think. I my self am not outgoing as I should of been in high school, I did not want to talk to girls because it made me feel small. Being there in front of them with nothing to say, but I have learned more then ever from just talking with women as a friend. Some are a lot like men, it really is one of the best ways to get in there mind. Keep up hope do not lose hope.View Thread
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