Dating your teacher college
I am aware that this is a little weird, but is it immoral or unethical on the teacher's (or student's) part?
Tara, 17, Columbus, OHYes, it would be totally wrong for you to get together with him.
I thought he was the most charming man I had ever met, but everyone told me that he was just being nice and that he wouldn't like me.
I wasn't set out to make the man lose his job, so I dated and floated around trying to find a boy my age that was as perfect as my teacher, but I always came back to the same answer: I really wanted my teacher.
(Even though he's not "technically" your teacher, he's still representing the school as a teacher, and, of course, you are a student.)So for starters, this guy has pretty bad judgment for putting his job and reputation on the line like this.
And also, whether you realize it or not, he's really taking advantage of his position and messing with your sense of what's appropriate or not for the future.
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He even would let me sit at his desk and go through his personal computer.
As a teacher, he should be helping you learn and understand those boundaries, but instead he's crossing those boundaries himself.
Chances are very high that you're not the first student he's hit on, and I'm sure you won't be the last.
We shared so much in common, and connected mostly through our mutual love for music.
He would recommend bands for me to listen to, and I would give him feedback if I liked them or not.But he replied, "I like that we hang out, too," with a huge smile, "it's perfect.