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Now that I am 25 I'd love to ask out my 37 yo former teacher

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Question - (31 July 2011) 1 Answers - (Newest, 31 July 2011)
A male United Kingdom age 30-35, anonymous writes:

I'm 25, working in IT, enjoying life.

Recently I saw my ex-geography teacher, Jane*, who last taught me at high school 9 years ago way back in 2002.

She's about 37 now

The last time I saw her - 4 years ago in another town when I was in the pub with friends.

I know for a fact that she's divorced, and single too, but is there anything wrong with dating a teacher who used to teach you in high school?

I do see her every now and then when I'm travelling back and forth for work, sometimes see her in this big Northern town where I work.

She's a lovely woman but I'm afraid to ask her out, fearing our relationship could be exposed due to who she is - she still works at my old school even now!

I mean, it's not like a teacher-student relationship involving a 16-year-old boy/girl, but I am aware there's a stigma involved.

What should I do?

Simon

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A female reader, dmartin89 United Kingdom +, writes (31 July 2011):

dmartin89 agony auntI think at your age its absolutely fine, go for it!

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