I received an incredibly disturbing email telling me a story about a relationship in an academy. It went something like this.
Whitebelt meets brownbelt. Brownbelt (BB) helps whitebelt (WB). BB crushes on WB, asks WB for a romantic relationship even though BB is already committed elsewhere. WB says no, let's be friends. BB tells WB at one point in TKD as a teenager, they intentionally hurt a person they trained with "on accident" because that person wouldn't date them.
Later on, BB tells their mate that they're in a relationship with WB (not true) and BB's mate attacks WB verbally at the academy. Instructor gets involved, tells mate to stop. WB no longer trains with BB. But now BB hurts WB's friends when they train with BB.
Should WB tell their instructor or does it make them look paranoid???
TELL THE INSTRUCTOR!!!!
hell, tell the cops. Please. Save your poor teammates who wander around with sore arms, ankles, shoulders, knees and wonder what got into that BB.
I don't know what else to do. Advice???