girl I was previously involved with

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I went out with this girl a few times years ago. The whole interaction lasted about a week. I admit I really liked this girl but I tried not to be overbearing. She, out of the blue, chnaged her mind about me and we stopped seeing each other. Fast forward five years and I do business with her company. She acts awkward around me and has been doing so for a couple years now. She is at ease with her other male acquaintances but not me. Everyone else at the business is comfortable around me and treats me as a friend. She, on the other hand, keeps her distance. She will, however, go out of her way sometimes to talk to me and also uses other intimate gestures. Then she will clam up and not want to reveal much about herself and acts as if she has some built up agression towards me. Its almost like she pulls me in and then pushes me away. It kind of puts a strain on business dealings because I have to deal with her primarily. What should I think of the way she acts and what can I do to ease the tension? Advice
Because she is on/off with her behavior towards you, it is not easy to figure out what to do.

Try bringing her a little present whenever you go to her company...something like Pepperidge Farm Mint Milano cookies.

If the time ever seems right, ask her directly what it is with her attitude towards you.

Meanwhile keep walking that tightrope.

Good luck! George

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