Your time shouldn't be wasted on someone who feels he has to hide you. If there was nothing wrong with that then you wouldn't even need to be here posing this question. We would talk all day every day after he got home from work and we told each other gut-wrenching secrets that we hadn't told anyone else. Nothing about what you're doing is right, this isn't some kind of romantic game, this is a 17 year old in your care and the care of your school and you're using your status there to groom her. Okay, I voted yes, to the title question. But nope, nothing wrong with it. Teacher and he has been my teacher sence i was in 7th grade when i was 9th gread i started having a crush on him but i keeped it to myself but in class he would all ways call on me because he was the math teacher and i was good at math so my friends teased me and said riley loves peaches because we gave him the nick name because of his butt i call him bear now amd he calls me kitten and now that i think about it im so happy he became my teacher because he helped me so much i went through depression at a time because i was rapped when i was 10 and i was allmost rapped the week befor school started in 9th grade amd now look at me im his wife so follow your heart this story will tell you any thing can happen.
Pursue other guys, go out with other guys etc but still be friends with former teacher. Wow, I'm defending myself again! Although definitely wait until she is 18. But, being that he seems so conflicted, I foresee this becoming a bit of a mess. Find yourself a woman and stop grooming little girls. If you're married or have a girlfriend, no cheating! Finally he said he had dumped her for good and I believed him. Your boss might not appreciate it, and you don't want to take such a risk.
We started dating maybe six months after I left the university, and have been together almost thirteen years. They were nothing but gentleman with the best of intentions. My other friends noticed instantly. Let's say against all odds that she felt the same way for you hypothetical mind you. What I'm trying to say is that, people will be people, and they'll always murmur and tip-toe around you, regardless of who you're dating.
At this point I loved him so much that even though I encouraged him to see other women, I realized I didn't actually want that and that if I couldn't have him to myself I didn't want him at all. If you truly like her, keep it a platonic friendship for at least a year and make sure it's not just a light student-teacher crush. We agreed to just hook up and over the summer his roommate was out of town most of the time so we hung out quite a bit. The only thing that ruined it for me were the rumors from his students about us, and the way my mother reacted when i told her we had dated for a year and ended it. You hit the nail on the head that life experience makes the age gap that much more dramatic.
They cannot accuse you or your ex-teacher of having done anything bad, as you are already of age and in college, there is no conflict of interest. I married young and have had a very good marriage. But every so often, the conversation would go that way again. He is a great guy but most ladies his own age would expect him to have more figured out. What do you think the parents were going to say when they find out Or anybody for that matter? I had made an unlikely friend. You would've known by now, a year is more than enough to know.
I think that the key thing here is that your mother is fine with it. I think this guy likely knows that, but still wants to have sex with you, and feels guilty about it. He has wanted to kiss me several times already and twice yesterday , but then blushed and chickened out. However he's really worried about us being together. Some people frown, anything that they could not understand.
Nick and I have been dating almost 2 years now, we live together, no one has questioned him, me, or us. Is there a way for me to continue hooking up with him without getting too attached again? Or, at least I thought it was unlikely. One which you don't sound very suited at anyway because you can't keep your feelings in check and you actively engage in grooming your pupils. Does it seem like maybe he's just trying not to hurt me anymore than he already has and doesn't actually want me? I agree He is conflicted mostly by the age difference and the former teacher status. People frown when the late Anna Nicole Smith, who was 17 then married oil business executive and billionaire J.
You don't have to be the one to press charges- it could be your parents, school authorities, etc. Do you think this girl may like you? Pretty much every hetero guy, regardless of his age, is interested in a 22-year-old woman. I would get it if I was underage or we starting dating shortly after I finished high school, but it's been almost 20 years, we're full fledged adults and he was some perv stalking me when I was 16. He only slept with one other person, the girlfriend he was lying about. And yes, yesterday was our 5th date. There's no company policy, bc it was just him running the business. I know guys who have dated younger woman 6-7+ years younger.