im really scaredVisitor's Question from a 13-15 year old Male
hi im 14 and i reasently went on work experiance in a collage for the mentally crippled and well the thing is there is a verioty of differant studants, some DO need help and others..well to be frank im wondering, WHY THE HELL ARE THEY HERE!!?, becouse they seem perfectly normal like me really, my mother said they are the pupils that are on the "borderline", that ONLY just need to go there.
i met this girl thats a "borderline" pupil and she is 19 and we get allong so well and resantly i have developed feelings for her, and she has to but the thing is...we want to be togethar so much but if we do it is extremely risky becouse im a minor and she is 19 and worst of all they "the co-workers" muit see it as a sexual relationship "we do want it to be sexual aswell, but its more than that and we want to wait" that i or she could be taking advantage of the other person
last friday was my last work exp day and we shared our good byes and i gave her my most tretiored poams to remember me by, i missed her so much becouse i felt like i would nevar see her again, but then i found out i could go down again for volentary work, so i did and then when i met up with her we were discussing if its possible for us to make a relationship, but in secret from the co-workers?, we almost kissed but then i had to go home right on the second :( , and i so louth for that kiss now
but i know its difficult to believe but we are so madly in love, and she is so normal, so beautifull i just feel like im going to cry when i think about us not being to be togethor as a couple and she feels the same
please help me out i really want to know what to do
One way or the other this is going to end badly for you and her.
Someone will catch onto you real soon... and I wouldn't be surprised if there isn't talk already.
You will lose your job and maybe never see her again unless you two control your emotions.
So, my advice is to do just that... control your emotions or you will surely lose your job and her.
Good luck! George
-- from George
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com
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