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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I have had a crush on a teacher for over 3 years!

    i left school a year ago i saw her a couple of weeks ago... im not over her!!!!!!
    Do tell...
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    (Original post by antoastew)
    haha well this is either troll territory or best thread start ever.
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    I also had a crush on one of my teachers she was Australian, it didn't help that she was wearing a low cut top one time and leaned over to help me with my classwork.
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    I have a crush on/am in love with my teacher too. It started 3 years ago, but I didn;t realise what it was back then. Now I have her as a teacher again though and realise, and it's weird. She also wears really low cut tops, and is super-friendly (which always gets my hopes up, but she's like that to everyone). And the whole school adores her, but I think I'm the only one who love loves her. She's currently in a relationship with another female teacher (lol). And it's weird aswell cause beauty-wise she's quite a turn off, so I do believe I've fallen in love with her personality!
    I'm also female, and so far this is my first and only crush on another female. Boys are usually my type...
    Aargh, I can't get over how weird this situation is:confused:
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I have a crush on/am in love with my teacher too. It started 3 years ago, but I didn;t realise what it was back then. Now I have her as a teacher again though and realise, and it's weird. She also wears really low cut tops, and is super-friendly (which always gets my hopes up, but she's like that to everyone). And the whole school adores her, but I think I'm the only one who love loves her. She's currently in a relationship with another female teacher (lol). And it's weird aswell cause beauty-wise she's quite a turn off, so I do believe I've fallen in love with her personality!
    I'm also female, and so far this is my first and only crush on another female. Boys are usually my type...
    Aargh, I can't get over how weird this situation is:confused:
    I think I need to change schools...
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I have a crush on/am in love with my teacher too. It started 3 years ago, but I didn;t realise what it was back then. Now I have her as a teacher again though and realise, and it's weird. She also wears really low cut tops, and is super-friendly (which always gets my hopes up, but she's like that to everyone). And the whole school adores her, but I think I'm the only one who love loves her. She's currently in a relationship with another female teacher (lol). And it's weird aswell cause beauty-wise she's quite a turn off, so I do believe I've fallen in love with her personality!
    I'm also female, and so far this is my first and only crush on another female. Boys are usually my type...
    Aargh, I can't get over how weird this situation is:confused:
    Could it be a mother figure thing?
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    Could it be a mother figure thing?
    Genius. Well, kind of Cause I'm not physically attracted to her and don't fantasise about having sex with her. But I do still get butterflies(and other "crush symptoms") when I see her etc etc. Also she's only in her early 30s, so not "mother" as such, but I do seem to have a desperate urge to be really tight friends with her.
    Maybe it's a friend crush (if such a thing exists!) Thanks though, I think you've made it slightly clearer in my mind.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Genius. Well, kind of Cause I'm not physically attracted to her and don't fantasise about having sex with her. But I do still get butterflies(and other "crush symptoms") when I see her etc etc. Also she's only in her early 30s, so not "mother" as such, but I do seem to have a desperate urge to be really tight friends with her.
    Maybe it's a friend crush (if such a thing exists!) Thanks though, I think you've made it slightly clearer in my mind.
    I'm not a girl, but that sounds pretty normal

    Some of my female friends 'obsess' over our maths teacher, so I don't see anything wrong with it
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    (Original post by The_Lonely_Goatherd)
    Could it be a mother figure thing?
    We were discussing 'mother figure relationships' in PSE at college a few weeks ago. A lot of the girls admitted to having a 'mother figure' and it was really interesting and refreshing to hear people speaking so openly about something which can be seen as a 'taboo' subject
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Genius. Well, kind of Cause I'm not physically attracted to her and don't fantasise about having sex with her. But I do still get butterflies(and other "crush symptoms") when I see her etc etc. Also she's only in her early 30s, so not "mother" as such, but I do seem to have a desperate urge to be really tight friends with her.
    Maybe it's a friend crush (if such a thing exists!) Thanks though, I think you've made it slightly clearer in my mind.
    No worries Her age needn't be a barrier, if she is a mother figure to you. I've had various mother figures throughout my life and the penultimate is only 8 years older than me, so not really biologically capable of being my mother
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    (Original post by The_Lonely_Goatherd)
    No worries Her age needn't be a barrier, if she is a mother figure to you. I've had various mother figures throughout my life and the penultimate is only 8 years older than me, so not really biologically capable of being my mother
    Without wanting to look like a stalker, I've noticed that you always give really good advice when it comes to situation this. You should have your own stickied advice thread!
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    Without wanting to look like a stalker, I've noticed that you always give really good advice when it comes to situation this. You should have your own stickied advice thread!
    That's sweet of you to say
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Basically, I really fancy one of my teachers. She's beautiful, intelligent, funny, kind, caring...the list goes on!

    She's in her late thirties and married, but I can't stop fantasising about her. I wouldn't act on it as I wouldn't want her to get into trouble and I doubt she'd fancy me anyway as I'm only 18.

    Whenever we're alone together, my heart beats so fast and I just want to hold her and kiss her. I think about her when I'm masturbating - no other girls can make as excited as she does.

    She wear quite low-cut tops and lacy bras, so I can't help but look. Ahhhh, I just want her so much.

    I know it's just a crush and it'll pass, but I was wondering if anyone else has similar stories that they could share?

    When did you realise you liked your teacher? How did you get over it?

    BTW, I'm female

    Theres your problem,

    I highly doubt she will fancy you, considering she's probably straight. :rolleyes:

    It's just a crush, it will pass.
 
 
 
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