I will refrain from giving too much advice on this particular matter because I am in a similar situation. I have never been married. I converted to Catholicism several years ago from a Protestant denomination. Especially when I first converted, many people thought I was a prime candidate for the priesthood and encouraged me to consider it. Actually I was very drawn to the idea except for two things: 1) All I ever wanted in life was to marry, have a family and to be a good husband and father, and 2) I didn’t think I could handle lifelong celibacy. Unfortunately, while I do have some God-given talents which I am happy to have, I have always been quite awkward with women. So despite my desire to marry, I am now in my mid-thirties, still unmarried, and wondering if perhaps my lifelong desire for fatherhood might be realized in a spiritual sense through the priesthood. I have, through difficulty, realized that there are certainly worse things in life than being sexually unfulfilled despite it’s difficulty. However, I still struggle with questions such as “Am I only considering the priesthood or religious life because I see it as an escape - an “easy out” - from my current life situation?” “Am I really fit to be a priest?” “Should I really put myself in a situation where I might be giving advice to lay people when, quite frankly, I didn’t have the answer when I was a lay person?” “Would I really be able to live chastely?” “Am I unmarried not because God doesn’t desire me to marry but because of my own foolishness?”
I apologize for the length of my post. Others have already given you the basic advice: pray and seek direction from a priest or director of vocations. My primary intention was to encourage you by letting you know that there are others with struggles similar to yours. But I will submit to you Proverbs 16:9 “The mind of man plans his way, but the LORD directs his steps.” I interpret this passage to mean that what a person decides to do with his life is his own choice, but once he decides what to do with his life he trusts in God to assist him along the path he has chosen for himself. We should pray, but perhaps if we don’t get an answer to “What do you want me to do with my life?” the reason is that God is giving us the freedom to choose our path for ourself.