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boogle-buddie
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i kno this question probably isnt normal, but i want to know what other ppl think.

ok, i know this guy and when he was 15 he accidently (he WAS wearing a condom) got his 13yo girlfriend pregnant. when they found out they made all the preperations and got ready for the baby, but when it came time for her to deliver, she died of complications. well he is now 28, he raised the daughter and she now has a good (if not great) life.

but here is my question. he recently told me that he is thinking about seeing a psycologist b/c he still loves the girl he got pregnant, even tho he only has memories of her as a 13 yo girl. he said he doesnt even find anyone attractive in a sexual way anymore. what im asking is to have your opinions on this. thank you


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DarkChild717
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It's normal to feel that sort of attachement, and if he's seeking a counselor, he's still grieving. There is no shame in seeking help for that. It might worry him that he doens't find anyone attractive like he found his partner. I applaud him for taking that first step to see someone about it.
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