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    I know this sounds ridiculous but I am totally in love with one of my a level teachers. He is single, unmarried and without kids and in what I estimate to be his early fifties and I'm a seventeen year old girl.
    I run his subject's club with him and whenever I see him around he'll always stop me and talk to me about things whether they're related to the subject or not. I look forward to seeing him more than anything.
    I know it's so so so gross and wrong but I'm in year thirteen now and it's been a solid year of this and I want it to stop.
    Any advice/has anyone been in any similar situation?
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    Just don't do anything irrational, it'll ruin his life, not yours, even if you initiate anything. Just remain how things are until the end of the year, and when you go to uni or wherever the infatuation should pass.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I know this sounds ridiculous but I am totally in love with one of my a level teachers. He is single, unmarried and without kids and in what I estimate to be his early fifties and I'm a seventeen year old girl.
    I run his subject's club with him and whenever I see him around he'll always stop me and talk to me about things whether they're related to the subject or not. I look forward to seeing him more than anything.
    I know it's so so so gross and wrong but I'm in year thirteen now and it's been a solid year of this and I want it to stop.
    Any advice/has anyone been in any similar situation?
    You could seriously mess up his life if you act on this.
    If you really like him leave him alone.
 
 
 
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