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taurusParticipantApril 7, 2016 at 10:08 am #97268
Recently a group of colleagues and I went for drinks at a bar. There is this colleague whom both of us has a mutual but undeclared affection. After a few rounds she began to hug and kiss me. I was slightly high but I resisted as there were other colleagues around. We continued drinking until we were about 90% drunk. We took a cab together and I sent her back. However on the cab I lost control and I began to fondle her. The next morning I recalled what I did and i totally regretted my actions. Ever since then she is cold to me.
I’m pretty sure she recalled what happened. I am thinking there might be 2 scenarios
A) she is mad at me for doing what I did when she’s drunk
B) she did not resist and regretted it too
What should I do….
karma2009ParticipantApril 9, 2016 at 9:52 pm #97403
Did you ever think maybe she is embarrassed and thinks you turned her down because you weren’t interessded? Fondling or not… sharing a cab after she was clearly interested in you at the bar normaly means she’s willing to go farther. She might just be embarrassed or her insecurity level shot up 10points
MarisiaKingParticipantApril 11, 2016 at 11:54 pm #97504
At this point, your best bet is to apologize sincerely, back off for a little while, and try again in a little while. You know she was interested, if only while drunk, so your goal now is to get her interested normally, if she isn’t already. Alcohol can help, of course, but I wouldn’t rely on it after what happened. Oh, and don’t let it drag on too long before apologizing.
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