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Old 12-06-2017, 12:02 PM   #11
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Default Re: Was my sexual behavior as a child normal? What does it mean?

What I hear the most from the OP, in between the lines, is a current of guilt, shame & a need for an explanation.
Has all this effected your current life or sexuality? Has it made an impact on your sexuality?
If you think you wouldíve known, but canít, would it help or hinder where you are today?
Asking someone else in the family their opinion opens you up to memory placements which are extremely suggestive & not always true.

And as far as have you read about the Roman Empire & their sexual escapades? Itís VERY well documented even down to their individual grave markers!, their statues, monuments, written diaries etc. itíll make even the crude blush!!
"Doubt is like dye. Once it spreads into the fabric of excuses you've woven, you'll never get rid of the stain."
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