I met her brother and I really like him

Visitor's Question from a 13-15 year old Female
Hi, Iím a student and Iím17.
A couple of months ago I got a ďjobĒ I am looking after a little girl. Well, I met her brother and I really like him, I think he is interested in me but I donít wanna lose the job and I also donít want to cause any trouble between his parents and mine.
As a matter of fact our fathers work together and they are friends. I went to a friend for advice and she told me that I should not get involved with that guy. But it was too late because a few weeks ago while the lití girl was sleeping we kissed.
I will appreciate your advises cuz right now I am so confused and donít know what to do.

RomanceClass.com Advice
This is one of those rough situations where there is no right answer. There's the old phrase, "don't poop where you eat." It means don't mix up two aspects of your life together because it will create chaos. So don't date a guy where you work.

If you can avoid it, then don't go out with her brother. Particularly don't mess around while you're on the job. If you were to date him on your days off, that would be one thing, but kissing him while you're supposed to be watching the little girl is really bad form and can get you fired on the spot.

If you really like this guy, arrange to meet him when you're not working. That will be the best situation you could work out.

Good luck!


-- from Jenn
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