Just a question since I work with teens and tend to be quite motherly towards them but wonder if I am not overstepping my boundaries? I look young and don't want to send mixed signals especially with the students I have that are Bipolar. Problem is that I really care for these kids, want them to graduate and I do go out of my way to help, whether it be with teachers, assisting them in their options to bring grades up, basically steering them in the right direction. Now to my point, I have one student that I favor and he knows this, he's a good kid with a rough background but smart.... Bipolar, too, I am a little nervous that he might get the wrong impression since I have really connected with him. My only intention is to do what I can as his guidance counselor to graduate. I really like the relationship where he can ask me for help when he needs it or just stop by my office to say hi. Other students do this as well but the connection isn't the same, to be honest I feel like he is a child of mine. Is there something wrong with me?? Thank you for letting me let off steam.
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