Ask her out again

Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Male
Ok here I go, I have worked with a girl at work for about 2 years and at 1st we didn't know each other very well but now were closer. Recently we have been getting to know each other alot more. When we first met I asked her out but she said we could never be more then just friends. Now I am starting to think different she constantly flirts with me and people at work say she likes me but I don't want to be rejected again. We have been getting to know each other alot more and shes starting to tell me more personal things and trusts me. We have been talking outside of work and I'm getting to know some of her friends but I can't decide weither she likes me. But I guess I have 3 quick questions from all of this: 1) Can it hurt our friendship to ask her out (I don't think it will) but i definetly still want to be friends! and 2) Is it alright to go out with someone at work? and lastly is it likely that she likes me or just likes to flirt? Thanks alot. This is always on my mind so I really need advice. Advice
Sure, ask her out again. Be sure to tell her that your friendship is very important to you and that you hope that if she says no it won't hurt your friendship. Yes, it is ok to date someone at work.

And finally, yes it does sound like she likes you. Go for it!

Good luck,

-- from George
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