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This is my way of confessing. They say writing it down and expressing your thoughts will help to eliminate the guilt I feel. I have been a professional masseuse for twelve years and have never erred so badly. But this one time I violated the most important ethical principal of the profession. Not only do I feel guilty about it, I am also afraid it can only end badly.