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Crush at my Job

User-anonymous
Posted by: samara29
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Wed 11, Oct 2017 at 3:24am
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Work, Sex/Intimacy and romance, Communications in relationships

Hi, I have a situation. I have a crush on a guy at my job and I'm not sure what to do. We work at the same building so we cross paths sometimes. When we speak to each other it's on professional terms and the conversation is rather short because we see each other during passing periods only (we are teachers at a school). I want to test the waters and see if he is interested but I'm not sure how to approach the situation. Does anybody have any suggestions? I also will be resigning from my job soon so I really want to jump on this. Yet I don't want to look too "thirsty" and make a fool of myself. The only time we got to have a more personal conversation (we talked about which city we were from, which university we had graduated from and where we had previously worked) was when we sat at a table together waiting for a staff meeting to start and that was it. If anybody has any suggestions I will be glad to listen. Thank you.

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  • User-anonymous solfiee Flag

    Try to be straightforward, not playing any games with him. And try to bring up more personal conversations and when you notice a conversation is going towards that, keep it that way. During a personal conversation would be best to ask him out. Also, don't be afraid to let your body language show you're insterested. If things do not work out, remember that you are resigning soon and any "negative reactions" won't last long.

    Best of luck!

    Mon 16, Oct 2017 at 4:57pm
  • User-anonymous hh Flag

    kiss him

    Mon 16, Oct 2017 at 4:58pm
  • User-anonymous samara29 Flag

    Thank you. I will give it a try (fingers crossed).

    Mon 16, Oct 2017 at 6:00pm