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I'm involved, shes married. But we may have crushes on each other.

Visitor's Question from a 21-30 year old Male
I saw this girl for the first time about a year ago, and and I thought she was very attractive. But noticed she did have a engagment ring so I did not go any further, plus I was in a 2 year relationship. Well one year later I really got to know this girl more. Well for I know I do have a crush on her. This girl has been staring at me for 6 months now. Not just small stares but long ones. I will look at her, she is looking at me, then I will do my work then look up at her 30 seconds later and she is still staring at me. She was also having a conversation during all this. That was my first clue. Also that was not the first time she long stared me. Anyway the other clue was when I told her a harmless funny joke. When I try to be funny or say a funny comment she cracks up. Third clue was when I was in her office giving her some help on a work issue we had a long conversation that lasted 30min. Well I am working at this time I told her that we should go back to work so we don't get into trouble. Well she said "no you don't have to leave, today is a lazy day for me" in my mind she did not want me to leave. I am not asking whether she likes me or not. I got a general idea she does. But you can still determine yourself whether she does. I am asking this question because I am worried and scared because if this girl has a crush on me should I stay away from her? Because I am involed in a relationship, but it is a long distance one. The bigger thing is that she is married and I do not want to be involved in their affair. I want to be friends with her but if that can be a problem let me know. Your help is appretiated.

RomanceClass.com Advice
Stay friends with her but stay away from her.

She is married and you are involved. Need I say more? So you are attracted... the answer is forget it.

Besides remember the old line: "Don't dip your pen in company ink!"

Good luck! George

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