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Does she 'really ' like me?



Visitor's Question from a 41-50 year old Male
About a month ago we hired a new person at work, for the first week I didn't really have any contact with except a couple time helping her with a problem. I finally started to train her myself. She has the most amazing hazel eyes. She laughed at my sarcasm and liked it(not like some). After she was trained she would usually come to me, and not the others,for help. She would call me just to see what I was doing, or if she was bored, she gave me rides home(that was way out of her way).I was then moved and she chose to stay next to me instead of moving. We would even call each other(even though we were together). We have had lunch together. Share food or candy. I know she has many guy friends, is not interested in a relationship. I've told her how much I like being around her and how she makes it worth going to work and how confused I've become. She has told me she cares for me, as a friend,and understood . We can even sense when the other is upset(which I've never felt before) I just find myself really liking her, and get upset when she talks to the other guys, one even threated me on her "myspace" for making some pictures for her. She is able to talkto anyone and make them her friend, that is where the question comes in "Does she really like me".




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She told you she cares for you as a friend but you seem to be wondering whether she likes you more than a friend.

My guess is that she only likes you as a friend at this point. You can try to encourage her feelings for you by continuing to do what you have already done and that is so important to a relationship. Communicate with her by sharing information, be compassionate by sharing feelings, and being affectionate (jokes, compliments, etc.)

Eventually ask her out for dinner or a movie. You will increase the closeness that way.

Good luck! George



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