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November 17, 2005

Betrayal

She is a teacher. She has been in this line of work for years. Her teaching style has overwhelmed other teachers wherever she is at -- cram schools, language centers, and even after-schools. Students all like her because she has a thoughtful mind when solving their problems and never refuses their requests. Over time, she is getting popular so that more institutes would like to offer her a job. Even so, she still sticks to her philosophy which is not to monopolize her life by teaching day and night. She wishes to spare enough time with her family. She isn't the one of ambition, not a go-getter either.

One night, she met a man on internet and this guy is one of her students. He confessed to his teacher, the woman, that he had a crush on her and wished to keep a good relation with her. This guy has a handsome face and charm that no women can resist. She is in dilemma now whether she has to be in touch with him while she felt like having betrayed her family already. She still doesn't know what to do....

2 comments:

  1. Albert, she turns the student down. She should keep copies of all chat and email contacts, in case there is a lawsuit. She should not assume he is honest -- he might attempt to blackmail her. She should protect herself, and stay away from this man.

    Michael

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  2. YOu said it Michael. She must be alert herself.

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