| | attraction to older women
im a studious/workaholic type, so majority of my time is spent at school and work. Inevitably, I tend to be drawn to women who seem to have 'made it' career wise. Ive had big crushes on professors and bosses. Particularly I am drawn to those who are single and without children, since it makes me wonder if they are gay as well.
Although initially the 'crush' inspires me, it can be a distraction. At one point, I take it seriously and then i start to feel upset..It's almost similar to liking a friend who doesnt like you back.
I'm in my 20s and been attracted to women in their 30s-50s. I tend to look for a role model, someone to admire--but the supposedly harmless crush goes awry.
I havent told this to anyone--and I was wondering if i can get some advice here. I just graduated college, and at my new job I find myself falling into the same pattern. Right now, I just want to concentrate on my career and extract myself from another obsessive crush...
It's silly---i get quite sad when i dont get my crush's attention or fail to impress her. I just want to enjoy what i do..
Soo..have you had a crush on your professor/boss/co-worker, and how did you get over it?