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ThisUsernameMeansNothingParticipantDecember 26, 2015 at 7:50 pm #90533
So here’s my situation:
I met this person when I started my job, and she worked there for about a year before me, she’s a year older than me as well. As time went on, we remained co-workers. She started working in a different department, and I coincidentally moved to that department. After about a year of that, our former boss was leaving, and she ended up taking the promotion to be my boss. However this was after knowing her for over 2 years, as peers. I had been attracted to her before, and when she became my boss I was still attracted. I even switched positions slightly, thinking that someone else would technically be my boss, but she was assigned to still be my boss.
We’ve had a friendship outside of work, with other co-workers; going to happy hour, and other fun things outside of work. We’ve already gotten along well; hell her supervisor asked her, in a very chill/casual sense, if we had ever “Run off into the sunset together”.
ThisUsernameMeansNothingParticipantDecember 26, 2015 at 7:52 pm #90534
Anyway, to the present; she resigned a few months back, on good terms. I was previously in a relationship, which has recently ended. (and to be clear, I NEVER pursued/tried anything with her during the time I was in a relationship). Now I’m wondering if it would really be all that weird/wrong to try dating her?
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