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I really like my ex-teacher. She is honestly so so amazing and perfect!! I am 19 and at univeristy but I really like her, we do keep in contact by the school email and we do email to see she is getting on. I really like her and just want to tell her, I understand nothing will happen between the two of us.. she is also married anyways. But I just want her to know that I really admire her and how she's so perfect!!!
We both stay in contact so I'm sure she likes me as a student as I was teased in school how I was her "favourite" but I just want her to know how much I like her.

Is it worth telling her or do I keep my feelings to myself (which I have been doing for nearly a year now!!!)
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No way omg
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I really like my ex-teacher. She is honestly so so amazing and perfect!! I am 19 and at univeristy but I really like her, we do keep in contact by the school email and we do email to see she is getting on. I really like her and just want to tell her, I understand nothing will happen between the two of us.. she is also married anyways. But I just want her to know that I really admire her and how she's so perfect!!!
We both stay in contact so I'm sure she likes me as a student as I was teased in school how I was her "favourite" but I just want her to know how much I like her.

Is it worth telling her or do I keep my feelings to myself (which I have been doing for nearly a year now!!!)
Move on.
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She’s married tf, useless information
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Not yet. You need to suduce her first
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The best thing for you to do would be to move on.
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Dont tell her how you feel.
What would you gain from it? She is married anyway.
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LOL love is clearly blind 😂😂
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I don't like her in a romantic way... I like her in a best friend way, how she is just so lovely and funny. Both of us got on well at school. And I just felt like telling her how she means alot to me and how she is so perfect!
I know she's married, she told me abit about her personal life whilst I was at school and even introduced me to her baby when she came into school.
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I really like my ex-teacher. She is honestly so so amazing and perfect!! I am 19 and at univeristy but I really like her, we do keep in contact by the school email and we do email to see she is getting on. I really like her and just want to tell her, I understand nothing will happen between the two of us.. she is also married anyways. But I just want her to know that I really admire her and how she's so perfect!!!
We both stay in contact so I'm sure she likes me as a student as I was teased in school how I was her "favourite" but I just want her to know how much I like her.

Is it worth telling her or do I keep my feelings to myself (which I have been doing for nearly a year now!!!)
It's probably best not to tell her, she is married so it would be awkward for her. More importantly because you communicate via school email, what you say to her would be logged on the school system. Although you are an ex-pupil and nothing has happened between you, if her employer sees the email it could bring seriously threaten her position in the school as it brings her into question.

There's nothing wrong with thanking her for helping you etc or mentioning that you found her teaching valuable. Just make sure it's not inappropriate.

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If you see her as a best friend then why would it matter if she's married?
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You sound like an over-enthusiastic twelve-year-old whose Ritalin prescription just expired. Grow up.
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(Original post by Anonymous)
I really like my ex-teacher. She is honestly so so amazing and perfect!! I am 19 and at univeristy but I really like her, we do keep in contact by the school email and we do email to see she is getting on. I really like her and just want to tell her, I understand nothing will happen between the two of us.. she is also married anyways. But I just want her to know that I really admire her and how she's so perfect!!!
We both stay in contact so I'm sure she likes me as a student as I was teased in school how I was her "favourite" but I just want her to know how much I like her.

Is it worth telling her or do I keep my feelings to myself (which I have been doing for nearly a year now!!!)
100% do not tell her. Nothing to gain from it if she's married unfortunately
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It doesn't- I just mentioned about her marriage as I didn't want users on here thinking I was attracted to her in a romantic way.
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(Original post by hallamstudents)
It's probably best not to tell her, she is married so it would be awkward for her. More importantly because you communicate via school email, what you say to her would be logged on the school system. Although you are an ex-pupil and nothing has happened between you, if her employer sees the email it could bring seriously threaten her position in the school as it brings her into question.

There's nothing wrong with thanking her for helping you etc or mentioning that you found her teaching valuable. Just make sure it's not inappropriate.

Lucy
Hi Lucy,

Thank you alot for the response. Does that mean all conversations that happen on email get kept?? I quite a while back spoke to her about personal issues such as sexuality/mental health... which she advised me on. I wouldn't want other people knowing about my private issues. Also, I called her an "angel" once, is that inappropriate!!?? (She had supported me alot..)
I didn't intend it to be!! And would never want her getting Into trouble!!

I'm just going to have to be careful now what I say when we do communicate through email...

Thank you!!
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Hi Lucy,

Thank you alot for the response. Does that mean all conversations that happen on email get kept?? I quite a while back spoke to her about personal issues such as sexuality/mental health... which she advised me on. I wouldn't want other people knowing about my private issues. Also, I called her an "angel" once, is that inappropriate!!?? (She had supported me alot..)
I didn't intend it to be!! And would never want her getting Into trouble!!

I'm just going to have to be careful now what I say when we do communicate through email...

Thank you!!
Calling is someone an angel is no crime - just make sure your intentions are clear with her! obviously you don't want to be stepping on her husband/wife's toes...
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Also, I called her an "angel" once,
I think I saw your thread on this lmao
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If you only see her as a friend, why do you want to tell her she’s “so amazing and perfect”? That’s a bit weird.
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I think I saw your thread on this lmao
Yes I did make on about calling her an "angel" as I didnt want It to have sounded inappropriate lol
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If you only see her as a friend, why do you want to tell her she’s “so amazing and perfect”? That’s a bit weird.
I do see her as a friend lol, because she is one of the few people who have really been there to support me when I needed it the most. And she IS amazing and perfect!! I've never met a person like her!! She's just so lovely.
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