It makes me wonder if she is starting to feel anything for me
Visitor's Question from a 21-30 year old Male
I have asked you guys some questions before and gotten great responses so here we go again! It's actually on the same subject but the situation has gone further. I have befriended a woman I work that has a boyfriend. Over the course of three months, I have gotten to know her to the point that we email each other daily, go to lunch together, go out for drinks after work etc. Now I know there is some kind of connection there. The fact that when we email or talk, we can't seem to stop. We just have fun you know? The signals she sends me go back and forth. One day she'll invite me to go have a drink and then the next day she'll ask me "If you were Mike, would you like a toolset for Xmas?" Now, lately I have been declining on going out with her after work mostly because I am starting to have feelings for her and I don't want to get hurt. She has a boyfriend and to me that's the bottom line but she does nothing to push it away. the last thing that happened that stumped was that I was having a bad day at work on Thursday and had to run an errand for my boss. I asked my "friend" if she needed anything while I was gone and she said no but if you would like some company, I'll go with you. It was freezing and snowing and I was walking to my destination. She joined me anyway. It's little things like these that drive me crazy because it's really sweet of her and it makes me wonder if she is starting to feel anything for me. It's driving me crazy and I am getting to the point that I want to ask if there is something but I don't know the right way to say it. Could you help? Maybe bring some clarity to the situation? Thank you so much for all your help! Sorry it's so long.
It certainly seems like she has feelings for you.
Why not find out and end the wondering... tell her you are "developing feelings" for her and worry that this could end your friendship. You will then find out more from her about how she feels.
Good luck! George
-- from George
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com