The Annonymous Potato wrote:well actually I find writing in the book and fantasising a method of controlling myself. Controlling myself Is going into school everyday, acting like everything is fine, hiding my feelings and resisting the urge to admit to him that I have a crush on him. I value your opinion, but either I tell the book how I feel or I tell him. Fantasy or reality. I can control fantasy, I can't control reality. So by resisting reality, is that not control?
I think if you continue fantasizing and writing in the book is not really controlling. You're doing a good job controlling your actions to your teacher but this is about you moving on. If you stop writing in the book, it'll be easier to move on.
Pwif wrote:The Annonymous Potato wrote:Is mr. X jealous of my boyfriend?
Teachers realise that it's common for pupils to have a crush on them. This can be flattering, but they know that nothing will come of it.
Your teacher is married and has a daughter. Concentrate on having a good time with your bf, and in time, the crush you have on your teacher will disappear. I guarantee it.
I totally agree with Pwif.
I'm just expressing my views on this - Forget the fantasy, stop the book and concentrate on your bf. And I know it sounds like I think it's really easy but no, I know it's hard.