How would you want this situation to go?

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How would you want this situation to go?

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    TxCincy
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    June 18, 2015 at 4:31 pm #81304
    How would you want this situation to go?

    I recently met a girl in a doctor’s office (doctor’s assistant) that was stunningly beautiful and I can’t get her out of my mind. Her name is on my test results and I could reach out to her on social media, but that’s the only means I have to contact her. I have never pursued a stranger like this before, so how would you suggest I go about it without coming off super creepy/stalkerish?

    Thanks ladies!


    outofideas
    Participant
    July 1, 2015 at 3:03 pm #81898

    This is a pretty bad situation to meet someone. Writing her on fb or whatever might creep her out a little, but the alternative would be to talk to her when you visit the doctor the next time – please, pkease don’t do that! As someone who had that happen: it could go perfectly fine but if she doesn’t want your attention it’s the one place where she can’t remove herself from the situation. It could make her feel cornered. Worst case you’d get into trouble with her employer – your doctor. If you’ve actually talked to her, properly, not ‘here’s your receipt, have a nice day sir’, your chances are better. I wouldn’t risk it though. Better to send her a message to feel her out.


    peter.wolf
    Participant
    July 1, 2015 at 3:31 pm #81901

    well, one friend of mine was in a similar situation and I told him not to contact the woman on fb, because that is pretty creepy!! However he did not listen to my advice and wrote her on fb. I was very surprised that she answered him within minutes. Yes, she too had found him on fb but was hestitant to contact him, but she was checking the “others” folder of fb messaging. 🙂 So you can risk it.
    If you decide to contact her when visiting your doc again, do it just before leaving – this way you prevent her from feeling cornered as “outofideas” stated.