I'm seeking advice on dating a co-worker while keeping things professional!

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I'm seeking advice on dating a co-worker while keeping things professional!

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    bosby
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    October 19, 2015 at 12:34 pm #87058
    I'm seeking advice on dating a co-worker while keeping things professional!

    I would usualy just ask her but before I run the risk of making anything awkward I want to be sure she is interested in me. She is very flirty with me at times although is not giving me signs other girls usually give through other means. I am very close with one of her best girlfriends. Should I ask her if I’m reading her signals correctly?
    Long story is that we recently created a new startup company along with some other friends including her ex (they have been separated for 5 months). Keeping everyone happy is very important to me as the success of our business is of great importance.


    Anonymous
    November 4, 2015 at 4:37 pm #87914

    I wouldn’t get involved if it could ruin this start up if things don’t go as planned.


    Anonymous
    November 5, 2015 at 3:41 pm #87970

    Bearing in mind if something were to go wrong, you still have to work with this person… it’s a tricky one definitely. Although in my opinion it sounds like she’s just having a laugh with you if she’s not giving you the normal signals… you tend to make good friends of co-workers. I would also suggest from what you’re saying that the business is more important to you – might be best to steer clear of this.