Have you ever had a teacher in your school that people do not like and you thought that you did not like her either? But when you meet her she turns out to be nice. Well, I have I did not like one of my teachers
I really enjoyed reading you post. I too had a teacher like this my junior year. Everyone would go through the hallways saying how bad of a teacher she was. How she was mean to everyone. So when I heard this I thought I was going to be in for a now so fun year. When to first day of class round around I though this was the end, but I was wrong. It turned out she was not so mean after all she just wanted kids to listen. Overall we had a great year.
I have had this experience multiple times as well. Over the last few years in high school, I learned that liking a class/teacher depends on a lot of things, not just the teacher, like the students in the class and the time of day.
I think your question is a very good question. Everyone will have different opinions but I personally think the more love the better. I think we should all love as many people as possible. We all need to feel loved.
I think this is a very common question that has been asked. In my opinion, one should be allowed to love whoever they want to without expecting that love in return. Some people are simply capable of loving others more easily. However, I do agree with the fact that we all want to be loved at the ed of the day which makes this topic very complicated.
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