Dear Dr. Romance:
I'm a high school assistant and I fell in love with mother of one of my students. She doesn't know anything about and has some difficulty with her son's wife. I told her I want to help you to sort out your problem, but I have no idea how to help her and how about my love how do I forget it that she is
married and I am single.
Be very careful with a crush on a student's mom. You could jeopardize your career, if you act in an inappropriate manner. You are not in love, you are just infatuated. It's not love until it is returned. You have to give it up, because she is married and out of bounds in other ways, too. Your crush is unhealthy, and means you risk not doing what you need to do to find a more appropriate relationship. The Fine Art of Squirrel Hunting will help you let go of this inappropriate obsession, and learn how to go about meeting a more appropriate woman for a real relationship.
If you truly want to help this woman, recommend that she get counseling for herself and her daughter-in-law. "How to Heal a Rift with an Adult Child" will help your student's mother reconcile with her daughter-in-law.
Love Styles: How to Celebrate Your Differences will help you learn to communicate honestly and directly as you build new relationships.
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