Dating a coworker statistics
How do I let him down without having feelings hurt all the while avoiding awkwardness, and keeping my personal space?
This is your problem: “There are only so many times I can be noncommittal.” When someone isn’t getting hints, you need to be direct, not noncommittal.
I didn’t have the best view, but it looked to me as though reality was closer to Rachel’s side.)Our manager, Phoebe, rushed in after several seconds of laughing/shouting to break it up.
It was a good thing she was there, because I thought for sure that Rachel was going to slug Monica otherwise!
If you asked Rachel, she’d say she was rendered largely immobile and humiliated.
Phoebe walked Monica to HR, and we wondered if Monica was done for.
Apparently, they allowed her to remain with the company, but told her she’d be dismissed if she put one toe out of line (heh).
But being the only female on the job, I find I do receive a little more attention than I would like.
I also drive him and another colleague home after work and he continuously asks to hang out, which is a nice gesture but I would rather do other things with my time, but there are only so many times I can be noncommittal.
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