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Hi, I'd like to help you with your question.
There could be a few different issues going on here. One, you feel obligated to go back because of the relationship you developed with the counselor. This happens, it is natural and not uncommon. Two, you do have unresolved issues and are not aware of them (this sounds like the least of the possibilities from what you said). Three, you got a lot out of having someone to talk to and support you and you feel that is missing from your life without counseling.
Feelings like yours are never stupid. Counseling is about digging deep into feelings and for most people, that brings up a lot of unfinished business and also may highlight areas of their lives that are lacking in some way.
You could always go back for one session. Explain to the counselor how you are feeling and why your there. It is completely understandable and believe me, counselors are ok with things like that. We are here for the clients, not ourselves. So whatever you need to do is fine. This would at least solve your need to go back and see if anything happens for you.
I hope this helped you,