My Workmate is Flirting With MeVisitor's Question from a 31-40 year old Male
At my place of work I have a young woman who appears to be flirting with me but I'm not sure if she if she is just trying to be friendly. But there is a problem, she has a boyfriend who also works with us. She started by saying my name twice, which she has done many times, she was like resting her body against me and has brushed against me too, but she only brushed against me on one occasion but had pressed her body against me on about four occasions.
She has been looking at me and when I look back at her she looks away like moves her eyes away. but sometimes she will be stood looking at me then I smile at her and she will nod her head in acknowledgement.
Then she suddenly stopped saying my name twice and has stopped the body contact, the last time she did this was about six months ago. But she is still making eye contact with me. but we don't really talk that much to each other she seems to talk to other people.
I don't want to get to involved with her because she has a boyfriend. But I do like her.I am about 14 years older than her.So am I getting the wrong idea ? Is she just trying to be friendly. Is she seeking attention? Is she a serial flirt who flirts with other men
thanks for your help.
It definitely sounds like she's flirting, which is VERY common in the workplace. You're with these people all day, every day, and it's fun to be friendly. She's got a boyfriend and everybody knows it, so it's unlikely she's trying to lure you into an affair.
I think you should flirt back and enjoy the fun, but don't put any serious motives into it. She enjoys the normal fun of flirting. If you ever head over to France, you'll find that in many countries it's a way of life that keeps you young!
-- from Jenn
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