Posted by: Puzzled | 2009/03/31

Fantasy or real?

I am a divorced 30something year-old lady with one child. This guy at work who is recently divorced has sent me some " signals" , now I can' t stop thinking about him. This feels childish and I do not normally behave like this. I am not actively looking for a partner right now. Is this a crush maybe or just loneliness. In my sane mind I know that a relationship at work would be a disaster but still he is stuck in my head.I have been single for six months now...

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The recently divorcees, male or female, tend to be relationship disasters waaiing to happen. There's no need to rush. Its loneliness.

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Posted by: Puzzled | 2009/03/31

Thanks for the advice. I will definately implement the " six months wait"  advice.

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Posted by: Liza | 2009/03/31

Been there, done that, use the t-shirt to wash the floors. Flirt, have fun, but absolutely do not get into a relationship besides your working relationship with him. The flirting can boost your self-esteem and probably his too, but I would think that the dangers of a rebound relationship is far too big and you' ll only be hurt at the end when u break up. So do not take this seriously! If in six months time both of you realise that you might want something more - then go for it. But definitely not at this stage!

Good luck

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Posted by: Marissa | 2009/03/31

Why feel bad about it? Enjoy the attention! Who says relationships cant work just cos you work together! You are not being childish, you are a woman who needs to feel special.

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