the teacher again!!Visitor's Question from a 13-15 year old Female
hi. its about the teacher again.
nothing bad has happened,i just wanted to contact you again to give you some info and to see what you think of it : if your opinion is still that he is attracted, or what.
so . thing 1 : sometimes he will ignore me. i'll shout on him, obviously loud enough, or i'll tell him something and he won't even acknowledge i've spoken. is this a sign of really hating me, or what is it?
thing 2 : he seems to spend longer helping me than he does with others. it might just be my imagination, i'm not sure, but it does seem to me that he spends more time helping me in class than he does others. Why could this be?
Last time I contacted you, I hadn't really noticed him touching anyone else, but now I have realised he does, like he'll pat my friend on the shoulder jokingly, for you know, fake sympathy. Does this give you any hnts on whether he is still 'attracted' or not?
Thing 3 : He still jokes around with most people in my class, but not with me. Again, would this be him really hating me, or what would it be?
If you could enlighten me on each of these, I would be really grateful. Thank you.
Thanks for writing back.
Don't think he hates you-- in fact don't think that he doesn't like you.
He probably has sensed that you are sometimes uncomfortable with him and so that makes him uncomfortable with you. It is good that he spends time helping you because that's what he is supposed to do.
If he were wiser, he would not touch any students. There is too much room for misunderstanding. Sorry this is still worrying you but it doesn't seem to be very serious as long as you don't develop the feeling that he doesn't like you.
Good luck! George
-- from George
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