I'm so in my head about an issue. I am in a single guy in my late 20s. I used to work with high school kids at my church, and I currently work in a doctors office that has a lot of athletes from the high school. Ever since I can remember, I have been physically attracted to younger women. When I was 23-24, I'd be attracted to the 18 year old girls that I worked with at a local juice shop. Now, I'm 28 and I still find myself staring at younger high school girls along the street, at my job, or at high school events that I volunteer at. I also live on the west coast where every girl looks like a model and shows a ton of skin. I lost my vigrinity when I was 14, to an older woman. I'm wondering if there is a correlation between this and my inability to stop being attracted to younger girls. The attraction isn't always physical. Sometimes I will create an emotional type of connection with a high school girl and I have to retrain my brain to tell myself it's not okay behavior. This happened just last weekend - I was speaking to some high school kids, and an 18 year old girl seemed to show interest in me. I began to have the same emotional thought pattern that I would if I would be trying to get with a woman in a reasonable age range. Before I found this site and did my first 90 days, I used to use social media to check out pictures of the girls I met. I don't do that currently, but I have still think about some of them when I M. I'm concerned about this thought process, and I'm not sure what to do. I know my heart is good, but my brain needs to follow. I want to be ready to commit with my mind and heart to my partner when she comes into my life. I pray and meditate every morning that my sexuality will be restored to health. Men...any advice on how to navigate these difficult emotions and thoughts?? I feel better exposing the secret if nothing else.