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Lust for a girl I like? watch

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    Hello,
    So last summer I left sixth form but there was this girl who was 15 that I really liked when I left. As I was 18 and she was 15 I didn’t really want to speak to her and I found it really hard.
    So after I left I kept thinking about this girl, I had her on social media and just couldn’t get her out of my head. I was imagining us together enjoying life.
    So she’s now 16 but as I thought about her so much I wonder if I have lust, I mean there’s no way I can actually be in love with this girl is there? It’s all in my head right?
    Should I try and message this girl as she’s 16 now?
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    You have a crush on her - if you’ve never actually spoken to her or know anything about her then yes your attraction is based on her physical appearance so could be described as lust.

    You’ve nothing to lose by messaging her, go for it, fingers crossed for you!
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    (Original post by LavenderBlueSky88)
    You have a crush on her - if you’ve never actually spoken to her or know anything about her then yes your attraction is based on her physical appearance so could be described as lust.

    You’ve nothing to lose by messaging her, go for it, fingers crossed for you!
    Ok thank you, I just feel like maybe it would be a bit creepy but I suppose the worst that will happen is that she doesn’t reply.
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    Ok thank you, I just feel like maybe it would be a bit creepy but I suppose the worst that will happen is that she doesn’t reply.
    Go ahead. Wouldn't mention about you liking her when she was 15. This might scare her off. Just start a new, clean sheet and introduce yourself.
 
 
 
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