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I am in love with my oldest daughter, but I do not know how to express myself to her when it comes to telling her I would to take her to bed. What can I say that wont upset her,

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Dear friend,

There is nothing that you can say that will not ostracize your eldest daughter.

Anyone you tell, other than a therapist will shun you.

You have an obsessive thought that must be addressed either by a therapist that specializes in obsessive thoughts (OCD) or by a sex therapist, who is usually a licensed mental health professional with further training and certification. The best ones are members of AASECT.

I strongly recommend that you say nothing to her. If you do, she will look at you with horror henceforth.

I wish you great strength and perseverance. You will overcome this and I shall keep you in my prayers.

Warm regards,

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Thank you so much, Paul. May God bless and protect you.