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Visitor's Question from a 21-30 year old Female
I have been working this guy for about 1 year now and we have become good friends. He is the one who started flirting with me at work and he asked me to do fun things outside of work. Besides seeing each other at work everyday, we also hanged out almost every weekend - i been to parent's house several times. He was smiling, joking around, hugging, and even holding hands with me. At work people have questioned our relationship - we have said that we are just friends but we have never really talked about our relationship. However over the past few months, he has been acting differently - he is more distant- around me in that he does not talk to me as much at work, he doesn't make as much physical contact with me and we haven't hanged out outside of work much. About a week ago I did talk to him and told him that i felt he was acting differently around me and was wondering he is mad, annoyed, doesn't like me ect. All he told me was that we are cool. I don't know if he was just being nice and did not want to hurt my feelings that he doesn't like me anymore. I don't want to be pushy- i was wondering if i should bring it up again or just give him space. Advice
Just give him space.

Maybe he is just going thru something and can't spend as much time with you.

In any case, pushing him isn't going to help. Continue interacting with him as usual but don't suggest dates... wait for him to do it.

Hopefully he will regain his active interest in you and things will be ok again.

Good luck! George

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