Dating a school teacher
More recently I have had one or two lecturers who are younger than I am, which can feel bizarre.Even though teaching staff are above me, I see them as people with their own personal lives and that they’ve got lots to do.She could tell that how I feel is genuine and that I care a lot about him and would never do anything for my advantage. I find him a really sweet guy and I hope that I can find a way to be able to tell him my feelings.Before I finished my course he changed changed jobs to teach at another college. When I first started to like him I used covers to make it non obvious how I felt in that I made it appear that I was maybe involved with another student.Even though I was a student and younger than they are, I cared a lot about how they were and were feeling.I related more to them than the other students because I was much older than many of them.I also used to be very friendly and talkative with other teaching staff.So it just looked like I was a really caring and friendly person overall and looked out for most of the staff.
It’s all part of the gig, but patience is a virtue and a great quality for anyone embarking on the dating journey.
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But when it comes to colleges, universities and other places, there is still the power and responsibility advantage a teacher has over a student.
So even if there’s no rule against it and student and teacher can be close in age it’s not a good idea.
They can explain the same thing in many different ways and get their point across, leaving little room for misunderstandings that can hurt a relationship. If you want to know what’s hip with kids these days, your date will know. They have the summer off – and all holidays, making planning adventures a breeze.