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So basically I’m new to this school and I’ve began in year 10 , so I’m 15. My teacher takes a favour to all his students but in the past few weeks he’s been really nice and nice in a really weird way...like I was about to get in big trouble and he protected me and sorted it out for me as I’m really upset. Like and he usually say hi to me in lessons and not really speak to me but now he’s speaking to me loads. I don’t know what to do because he’s married. But a lot of my friends are observing this situation and keeps saying something weird is going on their and my best friend keeps asking “is their something going on between you and ...” I need help because I think I really like this teacher in a way students shouldn’t. I don’t know how to comprehend this situation.
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(Original post by Cat—meow100)
So basically I’m new to this school and I’ve began in year 10 , so I’m 15. My teacher takes a favour to all his students but in the past few weeks he’s been really nice and nice in a really weird way...like I was about to get in big trouble and he protected me and sorted it out for me as I’m really upset. Like and he usually say hi to me in lessons and not really speak to me but now he’s speaking to me loads. I don’t know what to do because he’s married. But a lot of my friends are observing this situation and keeps saying something weird is going on their and my best friend keeps asking “is their something going on between you and ...” I need help because I think I really like this teacher in a way students shouldn’t. I don’t know how to comprehend this situation.
If it's making you feel awkward and you believe there is something happening I suggest you go and talk to the school counsellor or a teacher you trust.
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I mean it doesn't actually sound like he's being anything other than friendly, at least how you've described it here.
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Here we go again. Why is it always young girls who post here about their teachers? Behave yourself and stop being such a drama queen.
Of course he supported you. You were having a bad time. That’s what teachers do. That doesn’t mean you are going to walk off into the sunset with him. Get a grip.
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If it's making you feel awkward and you believe there is something happening I suggest you go and talk to the school counsellor or a teacher you trust.
But I don’t want to get him fired as he’s a really good teacher
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Here we go again. Why is it always young girls who post here about their teachers? Behave yourself and stop being such a drama queen.
Of course he supported you. You were having a bad time. That’s what teachers do. That doesn’t mean you are going to walk off into the sunset with him. Get a grip.
You got to calm yourself geeez!! I’m just looking for other people’s opinions it’s better to be safe than sorry
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(Original post by Cat—meow100)
You got to calm yourself geeez!! I’m just looking for other people’s opinions it’s better to be safe than sorry
Girls like you put teachers at risk of their families and their careers, You read things that aren’t there. You wanted opinions. Everyone isn’t going to tell you what you want to hear. Grow up!
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(Original post by Seamus123)
Girls like you put teachers at risk of their families and their careers, You read things that aren’t there. You wanted opinions. Everyone isn’t going to tell you what you want to hear. Grow up!
Did I say I was gonna do anything about it. no so you need to calm down I’m not saying that he does like me or favours me but I want honest opinions because I don’t want to read things wrong and for things to get akward but I thought it was weird that my friends pointed it out to me that we were getting too close...so that’s why I wanted to explain the situation
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Don't act on those feelings - you'll only end up embarrassing yourself. Crushes luckily go away with time.
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But I don’t want to get him fired as he’s a really good teacher
Leave it then, however, if it does get clear that there is something more and by this I mean sexual references, etc make sure you do something.
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your teacher doesn't love you

he is being a normal teacher
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Your friends are getting excited over nothing. Teenage girls have a tendancy to overexggerate things like this, they're encouraging the situation because it creates drama and gossip, something to talk about.

I wouldn't read anything into it. As others have said, he's acting like a normal teacher would.
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