Thursday, 22 May 2014

I'm deeply in love with my student

I'm a teacher and i am deeply in love with my 15 year old student and i think she also knows that i love her. it gets worst everyday, she's all i think from day 'till night. it already changed my behavior at school and i can't take it anymore. i have to do something!?!?!?! 
Here's some advice from a guy who's daughter's best friend decided that I was the man that she couldn't not have--when she was 14.

It's okay to be attracted. I'll be honest that I thought about it but man, 14. My daughter was 14. I saw her as a daughter--she didn't have a living father and I have always seen that it was a mixed up feeling for her. They're girls, going through a lot of stuff. The worst thing you could do is indulge because she's got a long life to live-relatively--before she's an adult.
I'm deeply in love with my student

You can't do anything. If it's that tough, leave the school. Otherwise be a man and act gallant. Understand that you're attracted to her but that's all it can ever be.

The girl I'm referencing and that attraction? I'm going to be at her wedding next month. She's a great person and I'm so proud of her. She just turned 28. The attraction is still there--by her admission and I had to fess up my own feelings one night as we ended up sitting and drinking. But nothing happened. She's got a great man that's not old enough to be her dad. I respect her, my daughter, and myself too much to have even ever done anything, even as adults.

Be gallant, be a man. Understand your attraction is natural but don't act on it. That's a good lesson for her too.

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