Teachers dating former students after graduation Strapondating belgium
After falling head over heels for my 22 year old English teacher at the end of my sophomore year in high school, the idea that he might like me back seemed crazy.Going back into his class my junior year, he was much more flirtatious and let me get away with literally anything.And most teachers wouldn't date a student right after graduation, for a couple of reasons.First, considering the fact that the teacher would probably be at least 23 by the time the student would graduate, there would be a significant age difference between the teacher and the former student (sorry, but 5 years, which doesn't mean much when you are in your 40s, is HUGE at that age).
Most would wait a few years, probably until the student were finished with college, and THEN would consider dating the former student if both were still interested.
In truth, I haven’t thought much about Mark since our time together.
I was 26, inexperienced, short on life-lessons yet excited at the prospect of teaching and inspiring and helping mold the minds of young adults. It was in those days when I began to learn how your students’ lives wedge themselves into your life. How their remarks and actions and attitudes confound you, unnerve you, keep you up at night and make you question the fate of the world.
News of this relationship, even if technically legal, would be troubling to parents, teachers, community leaders and members of law enforcement. You may have done nothing wrong in a technical sense. Sex with such a person carries heavy contradictions and confusion — not only for him but for you.
You were no longer the young man’s teacher, and he had reached the age of consent, which varies state by state in the U. That’s not to say that two mature, committed people could not resolve those tensions and confusion; perhaps they could. But to attempt to nurture this fleeting tryst into a mature relationship would be difficult, risky and probably doomed.