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Kelly924ParticipantAugust 31, 2015 at 6:24 pm #84981
A co-worker recently told me he likes me. The trouble is, he bought a property with two homes on it with his ex-girlfriend. They dated briefly, a year ago and then had a friends with benefits situation on and off for a year. He has had trouble moving on. She is in a relationship, now and they are no longer getting along. He is planning on getting out of his portion of the property and says he can’t stay friends with her. He and I are friends and hang out every weekend. He wants to take things slow but has let me know that he is interested in me. Also, he has dated a couple of other girls but wasn’t really into them. He still talks about his ex occasionally but it does seem over. Should I keep my distance or proceed with caution?
Wanderlust22ParticipantAugust 31, 2015 at 11:13 pm #84992
Maybe keep your distance. He said he isn’t interested. So it’s best to guard your heart. If only you feel comfortable to take a risk of him using you as a buffer while he “finds hos footing “
Kelly924ParticipantSeptember 1, 2015 at 4:34 pm #84993
Thanks, he actually says he IS interested. I do get the feeling its sort of a rebound except that he wants to take things slowly. He wants to meet my family, brings me sweet little gifts. And if he thinks I want to stay friends he still wants to do these things and make me dinner. I’m still not sure. I like him. He’s fun. But I don’t think it would be a real long term thing either way.
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