I just graduated from high school and throughout high school I had a favorite teacher. He and I really got along and I always went to him with my problems, and I still do. My dad died when I was 10 and I always considered him kind of a second dad to me. Well, now that I graduated I still think about him all the time and I just really wish he was my real dad and I get jealous when he pays attention to other kids and I am terrified he is going to forget me. Now, this is weird..two girls from my school got in a car wreck and he was in the car behind them and called 911 and everything. He even visited them in the hospital. And the first thing I thought when I head this was wow, I am jealous that it wasn't me because he is always going to remember what happened with them and..I know I sound like a sick person. I just don't know how to stop feeling like this. It isn't the first time I thought something like this about something inappropriate. Is there really something wrong with me? Should I get help? Does anyone else feel like this? Sorry. Thanks.
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