Okay I'm just going to spit it out.
My teacher and I share so much in common & click on a personal level, and he used to just want to help boost my confidence, etc. (when I was 14 and awkward), but ever since I turned 16 (I'm 17 now), we've begun flirting. and it's more awkward between us. and the eye contact is intense and obvious (never in class, always alone and/or in the halls). I used to be awkward/shy but now I've become more attractive/feminine (and am kind of, well, intentionally *pushing it* more than I need to).
I had him when I was 14 and he first came to the school. Back then our relationship was clear, but now that I'm going to be a senior (and I have him for TWO CLASSES this September), it's become something VERY different.
My question is, why now? Why is he attracted in *that way* now as opposed to before (and why?)
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Well, he's watched you grow and mature, and the two of you sound quite close. He's basically grown fond of you.
But uh, I would avoid any kind of relationship with him that's more than friendly. Both of you could get into trouble, he could even get fired, and I mean, you're still young. It's hard, I've been in a situation very similar to this, but really, it's best to avoid this kind of thing.0
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