He’s worried about his job, but I don’t want to lose him.He wants to end things with me but I want be selfish and ask him if we can stay together even if it means that we only spend time together on weekends, and avoid going out in public, and never interact on campus. — Dangerous Liaisons Lucy To see Dear Sugar's answer, .For college students, academic performance and romance are two of the most stressful elements of day-to-day life.It's even more difficult when those things become intertwined.Either way, it's time to take a step back — I would avoid any contact with each other at school or in public.In such a serious situation, the most important thing is to avoid looking at the situation from an emotional point of view and focus on considering things as rationally as possible.I'm kind of shy..I know who I am and where I want to go in life and am looking for someone just as motivated. Is there anything I can do to find out whether he feels the same about me? A little bit more about me: My major is obviously the subject he is teaching.I'm a straight A student and I love his class. Without a doubt I would probably not be as interested in him if it weren't for our similarities (also he is quite good looking, and I love his fashion sense/style).
You and your boyfriend needs to sit down and discuss the implications of staying together.
So I'm 21 and about to graduate college next semester.
I think I am in love with my professor (in his 30s)... I'm looking for a serious relationship so I don't think its just a crush.
For those who value intellect in romantic partners, professors can be extremely alluring.
They're often older, but sometimes only by a decade or so, meaning that physical attraction is often a possibility right from the start.