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Help! I'm crushing on my teacher


 
I have a crush on my social studies teacher. I want to be with him but know I probably can’t because it can get both of us into a lot of trouble. But every time he talks to me or comes close to me, I go crazy. I feel like I want to just grab him and kiss him. Should I make a move or move on?


Dear Move,

Student-teacher crushes are common. Lots of girls spend study hall comparing notes on cute teachers rather than civics. It’s normal to feel attracted to someone you stare at 40 minutes daily. But it’d be a huge mistake to act on those feelings. Should you make a move? No way! It would backfire big-time, and such a relationship is completely inappropriate—and illegal! Seek a Valentine among students, not faculty. Who sits behind you in history? Ask him about the fall of Rome…or what’s up this weekend.
 
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