TeacherVisitor's Question from a 13-15 year old Female
This is the teacher thing. Nothing serious has happened but there are a few separate things that I guessed I should get onto you about.
But firstly, to answer your question you asked, yeah, I do have a crush on him and have had it for about 3 years now.
Right. Well, he's still been making a load of eye contact with me and holding it and things like that.
On two occasion's he's smiled at me. Once was when he had told one of my friends to go and get water as the water in the class wasn.t working, but then he turned the tap on and it was working. He smiled at me then, and I smiled back simply because I thought it was funny.
The second occasion was very recently when another member of staff was talking to him and he said something that was funny. The member of staff laughed and walked off, and he grinned as he looked round at me. Again, I smiled back because he was funny.
Are these maybe coincidences or what?? Can you help or am I just being stupid??
Thanks for the update.
As we have discussed this over the past few months, I am starting relax about
the seriousness of his actions. You also seem to be handling things much better which is very important.
It doesn't seem that, for now, he is making you feel uncomfortable. It is still possible that he noticed your previous worries and he is now trying to make you feel better.
So I am not too worried now about how he is acting. He isn't touching you and hasn't said anything that could be taken the wrong way.
But keep an eye on the situation, as I'm sure you will, and if you start feeling uncomfortable again please let me know. Or if something really shocking happens be sure to tell your parents immediately or another teacher.
Good luck! George
p.s. I notice that you are using a new email address and hope my reply gets to you okay.
-- from George
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com
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