Forbidden Love

by AnnaBrownEyes
(OverTheRainbow, Maryland)

Hey guys.
I have quite a story to tell... I'm 17 years old, and a senior in high school. Last year, I took a class in high school and found myself crushing on my teacher - my 39 year old married teacher with 2 young kids (both toddlers). Last year, he was my favorite teacher and I even made brownies for him as a Christmas present. I vowed to keep my crush a secret from him... However, this year, in preparation for college applications, I asked him to write me a teacher recommendation. Since then, we hit it off and began chatting everyday. I stop by his room nearly every morning, and hang out in his room for about an hour everyday after school. Last week, he gave me his personal email so we can keep in touch... I'm a VERY big flirt with those that I like - and, since he is the only guy that I'm interested in right now, I've been flirting with him terribly... On Thursday, I asked for a hug before leaving, and when he consented, he pulled me in close, and I could feel him against me. As the hug progressed, we wound up clutching each other tightly, pressing ourselves up against each other, breathing each other in, and feeling our bodies hot against each other. Friday afterschool, we wound up doing the same thing before leaving, and while talking, his fingers playfully danced around my upper thigh and waist. Unfortunately we've never kissed, and the closest we've gotten to being intimate was the hug... I know he's married, but that doesn't matter to me. I know that he's 39 years old and I'm only 17 which isn't illegal in our state is a large difference, but I don't care. I understand that he's a teacher, and I'm a student - but all that I can think of when I'm around him is how much I want to be with him. I'm a virgin - but I want him to take it away. I know the difference between love and infatuation, but I can honestly say that over the past couple months, I've come to know him very well - and love him not in love though. He's told me that I don't know how bad he really wants to kiss me, among many other sweet things about the spiritual connection that we have. The only thing that's holding him back is the fact that I'm still a student... I'm not sure what I'm expecting by posting this story... I guess I'm just wondering how... how I can be with him. We have a very strong bond - and I just wish there was something I can do to... to make him mine. I'm not trying to get him in trouble or break up with his wife hence my anonymity, but I want him to take that step that would change us from being close friends to - a being his girlfriend.

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Forbidden Love

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Dec 19, 2011
strong bond? NEW
by: Anonymous

if you think you have a strong bond for him. go thru with it and watch how strong that bond of guilt and shame and PAIN will be. that you wont be able to handle. that will follow you for the rest of your life. you aint all that sweetie, especially when it comes to morals and values. which is his wife and kids if he has any. your just playing on his ego.which also means easing god out.

Nov 23, 2011
you're insane NEW
by: rudy

Don't ruin your reputation you're just starting out in life.It's called infatuation sweety.Now find yourself a guy your own age and don't get that teacher fired with your crazy ideas.That's what will happen if you push things any further.You won't think very highly of him if he's unemployed will you?

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