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    I'm in year 10 and i have liked this teacher since year 8, he's not my usual type.. well I mean I don't exactly go around having crushes on teachers but this one just consumes me. The first day I met him I found him absolutely weird and defineitly did not like him but the more I talked to him and got to know him as a person things changed.. my feelings towards him developed and I started feeling odd things towards him. I hate that I like him..
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    (Original post by cocktailbaby1911)
    I'm in year 10 and i have liked this teacher since year 8, he's not my usual type.. well I mean I don't exactly go around having crushes on teachers but this one just consumes me. The first day I met him I found him absolutely weird and defineitly did not like him but the more I talked to him and got to know him as a person things changed.. my feelings towards him developed and I started feeling odd things towards him. I hate that I like him..
    You're allowed to like or have a crush on a teacher. It's quite common.

    Remember it's just your hormones going berserk and trying to choose the best option between spotty teenagers and grown men.
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    May seem odd, but it's actually way more common than you think for a pupil to secretly crush on a teacher. I mean, you're only human! The important thing is to remember that it can only be a secret crush and never, ever anything more, for yours and his sake. So my advice would be to just remember those things. Don't worry, you're not weird
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    Students have favourites. If you like so be it. It may motivate you even more in the lesson
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    (Original post by cocktailbaby1911)
    I'm in year 10 and i have liked this teacher since year 8, he's not my usual type.. well I mean I don't exactly go around having crushes on teachers but this one just consumes me. The first day I met him I found him absolutely weird and defineitly did not like him but the more I talked to him and got to know him as a person things changed.. my feelings towards him developed and I started feeling odd things towards him. I hate that I like him..
    you won't like to hear it but you are a child. you must be 14, 15? if he "liked you back" that would be paedophilia. if he did anything with you that would be child molestation.

    no teen likes to be told they are a child but you ARE. when you get to 19 or older you will look back and realise what a child you were. we all get it, all the older people telling you how young you are. i know it's so cliché saying that we were all your age once... but it's true because we were all your age and fancied one teacher or two... but we also grew up and realised how young we were.

    you need to just try and forget this because it's a teenage crush and it will pass
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    Lol, don't even think about it...
 
 
 
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