I have tried to suppress my feelings, but the more time we spend together, the tougher it becomes
Visitor's Question from a 21-30 year old Male
I have fallin love with my co-worker/friend. The tricky thing about t is we work very closely together and do a lot of traveling the two of us. We make a good sales team and feed off each other very well.
She told me recently, that she took the job because she had a crush on me. I had known her for a few years before hand and had a slight crush on her when I hired her.
In our five years of working together, we have not had any type of relationship except work and of course our flirting with each other.
She told me a few months ago that she is gay. I never knew, but I know a lot of her friends were. She still finds men physically attractive, but says that is it.
Now we still flirt and have a great time together and she recently went on a date with another guy. She is not open about her sexuality to many others, and does not want to come out.
I have tried to suppress my feelings for her, but the more time we spend together, the tougher it becomes. We work great together and are very successful. I do not want to jeopardize our friendship and of course our jobs, but have come to the point that one might have to go.
What route should I take? I don't want to scare her at all.
Keep on doing what you've done for so long.
It works to everyone's advantage.
Forget any romance.
Good luck! George
-- from George
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com