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Author Topic: I really like him what should I do?

June 24, 2019, 06:29:13 AM
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Ebluvlee512


So here's the situation for the last 2 years I have been working really closely with this guy at my job. We both have the same job title and we partner up alot. I was leery of working with him at first because I knew him in  High School. He wasn't very popular and I was and being the immature person I was at the time I wasn't very nice to him. After not seeing him for years I get reintroduced to him at my new job my boss said we'd be working together alot the first thing I noticed is how much he looked like a snack now. I thought he would be an asshole to me but for the last years I don't know where I'd be without him he's attentive and goes above and beyond for me. He cancelled a vacation to help me with something that was only assigned to me. He opens doors, pulls out chairs, and always asks me about my son. I finally got up enough nerve to try and flirt and he responded awkwardly. I waited a while and went ahead and told him how I felt. He actually told he won't go out with me because of how I treated him way back then. I thought it would be awkward after that but he hasn't changed at all he still treats me the exact same way with so much care and it's really bothering me aside from my son he's the best relationship in my life right now. I've even apologized to him about who I was then. Any advice on how I can convince I think we'd be so good together we have power couple potential and I really like him what should I do.
« Last Edit: June 24, 2019, 06:31:00 AM by Ebluvlee512 »

July 01, 2019, 10:08:42 PM
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sactown19


Be forward and give him your number...in a joking way say not like friend zone type either. He will get it and likely appreciate your humor.

July 30, 2019, 08:57:35 PM
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seekinganswers


HAve you tried apologizing for the way you were in high school?  You have both grown and matured and maybe a sincere apology will help. After that, give him a little time.

September 17, 2019, 11:11:46 PM
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micaylab


It may take a lot to overcome the way you treated him in high school, especially if he was traumatised by it. Definitely keep apologizing but it's probably going to take awhile to break down that wall, especially if he harbors a lot of resentment.