Visitor's Question from a 13-15 year old Female
So I'm back again, just getting all confused and stuff, although I know it's probably nothing.
So the main thing that's been bothering me lately is his weird behaviour. Like, one day he'll be doing stuff like staying at my desk almost all period, having fun with my friend and me, and you know, being REALLY friendly with me.
The next day he'll say one or two things to me and act like all the other teachers do.
Then the next day, he'll ignore me when I try and get his attention, or if I ask a question he won't answer it and sorta of later on say it as if something he came up with himself. For instance, I told him I didn't like one drawing, and he ignored me, but later, he said that we could remove it as if he'd just decided that.
Like I said, there are days where he still acts really friendly, as if we're really close, and then the other days, it's not as if he's in a bad mood because he'll be on the other side of the class making other folk laugh and having fun with them, then he comes over to me and it's like I've just committed the crime of the century for just being there.
What does all the erratic behaviour stuff mean? Or is it just me over-reacting? What would you say? What's your opinion on things this time around??
Remember, if classes are almost over, if he doesn't touch you, and especially if he doesn't mention any outside class activities, you can ignore him. But if you are going to have him next year then you should do something about it.
Last time I suggested that you have a private talk with him and tell him you don't want him to touch you anymore. Maybe you are too shy to do this.
Since this is still troubling you, my advice is to talk with your school counselor and explain what has happened. Explain that you have had a crush on him and some of his behavior has upset you even though the behavior has not been bad just disturbing. Mention that you do not want him to touch you.
Be very careful to tell the exact truth and expect the counselor to ask you a number of questions to determine whether the teacher's behavior was beyond what is proper.
Listen closely to your counselor's advice and follow the instructions very closely. Your counselor is highly trained in dealing with problems like this.
You may want to show this email to your counselor.
Good luck! George
-- from George
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com