There is that boundary between students and teachers. 27 and 19 is a big age difference, but like I said she seems more mature. Students frequently develop crushes on their teachers. 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.Now, after the semesters over and final grades have been turned in, then I think its OK to contact someone and see if they want to meet for lunch. And unless you really like her a lot, I don't recommend dating her just for kicks or casually.A former student struts triumphantly over to me, all but screaming out the fact that he or she has finally reached the legal drinking age. Sometimes former students contact me, specifically to schedule the promised drink. And then, after just one sip, the magic fizzles out.Breaking those rules could jeopardize the professor's job.
Use the money to pay for college OR to pay down your student loan! This is incredibly difficult to place down into words because of the shameful nature of what I have done.Following the graduation of one of my students, who is 18 years old, we began seeing each other socially.He returned last night, and I adamantly ended the relationship forthwith, but it was not easy. I know that nothing like this will ever happen again; but what I am looking for, I suppose, is the reaffirmation of my decision to walk away from someone that I actually do care for.Now I am left with the fear that knowledge of this tryst will circulate, and if it does, I know I deserve it. I Can’t Believe I Did This Dear I Can’t Believe, Yes, I can reaffirm that you should walk away from this. The line may be technically blurry but in your heart it is quite clear: To the young man, you are still his teacher, still a person in a position of trust and authority.