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    My teacher at school is so hot. I love her so much and im kind of obsessed. She always shows affection and tries to talk to me. I actually love her but shes married so i just want to be friends with her. Shes about 10 years older, i dont know how to talk to her and be friends, make her laugh.etc I dont know what to say and need help? It doesnt affect my education at all, infact ever since ive been doing better somehow. The most i can think of is ask about the work but it becomes repetitive and boring. Help in starting a conversation with her?
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    Two reasons why it won't work out:

    1. She's your teacher
    2. She's married

    Keep it professional, a relationship will never happen.
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    there is not much you can do until you have left school. if you still feel the same way about this lady when you are 19 then you could perhaps try and take it further; although as the previous poster mentioned the lady is married at the moment.
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    Don't pursue it, seems somewhat innocent now, but things like that can cost a teacher their job in the long run.
 
 
 
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