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Old Today, 09:39 AM
 
Location: Brentwood, Tennessee
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Originally Posted by moongirl00 View Post

I reported each time.
Good.

Put the crush on the cop out of your mind.

 
Old Today, 09:42 AM
 
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Lol........yes, it changed the flavor of the entire post!?!
I think its a natural reaction? I was feeling very scared, and he helped me. He is very kind, professional, etc. Its something about victims falling in love with their rescuers? Obviously its forbidden to act on it. He is probably married anyways.
 
Old Today, 09:43 AM
 
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Good.

Put the crush on the cop out of your mind.
Good advice.
 
Old Today, 09:43 AM
 
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You lost me at "I have a crush on the police officer on the case".
This.

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We’re missing a big part of the story.
Exactly. Story.
 
Old Today, 09:48 AM
 
Location: Brentwood, Tennessee
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He is probably married anyways.
His marital status isn't relevant. He's doing his job.

Yes, it's a very common emotional reaction that they deal with ALL the time. You don't want to be a cliché.
 
Old Today, 09:50 AM
 
Location: New to Bay Area
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I think its a natural reaction? I was feeling very scared, and he helped me. He is very kind, professional, etc. Its something about victims falling in love with their rescuers? Obviously its forbidden to act on it. He is probably married anyways.
I have heard of Stockholm Syndrome...where victims fall in love with their captor or why they don't leave over time....or in domestic abuse too. I have not heard before of ...someone who has a restraining order against a man & she fell in love or crushed on in a one sided way with the man who had him arrested from afar........
 
Old Today, 09:51 AM
 
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His marital status isn't relevant. He's doing his job.

Yes, it's a very common emotional reaction that they deal with ALL the time. You don't want to be a cliché.
That's what I figured. I wonder if they cover it in police training. He would be taking advantage of me in a vulnerable state if he acted on it.
 
Old Today, 09:53 AM
 
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I have heard of Stockholm Syndrome...where victims fall in love with their captor or why they don't leave over time....or in domestic abuse too. I have not heard before of ...someone who has a restraining order against a man & she fell in love or crushed on in a one sided way with the man who had him arrested from afar........
No, the cop and I were interacting every time I had to report something. I didnt flirt or anything though. He is doing his job and I dont want to jeopardize the case.
 
Old Today, 09:55 AM
 
Location: New to Bay Area
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That's what I figured. I wonder if they cover it in police training. He would be taking advantage of me in a vulnerable state if he acted on it.
How can he *possibly* take advantage of you unless you told him you were crushing on him?!?
 
Old Today, 09:56 AM
 
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He even came in on his day off to talk to me because I had to report something.
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