A.K. asked: “I like female feet so much, whenever I see any beautiful feet I like to worship them, but how can I remove this thing from my brain? Please advice me, thanks.”
Liz says: Your letter leaves me with many questions. Why do you want to “remove” it from your brain? What is happening that makes you uncomfortable or traumatized by your desire to “worship” feet? Are you tempted to do things that are illegal or unethical? Is it keeping you from developing healthy intimate relationships?
Since I’m not an expert in the treatment of sexual fetishes, I will encourage you to reach out to a therapist in your area who is sex positive and experienced in this particular subject. Someone like Toronto psychotherapist Rob Peach. (Click here to visit his website.) He has this to say, which may help you: “Sexual fetishes can’t be changed. But I can help you develop a healthier relationship with your sexual interests. Acceptance is the first step in this process. Once you are able to acknowledge that a fetish is a natural part of your sexuality, we can develop strategies to help you explore these fetishes in a healthy way, or, to develop skills to redirect your thoughts from these interests towards sexual activities that are more true to your values.”
Whatever it is that’s bothering you, there is help!
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