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Her boyfriend dumped her and I need her, What message should I send her?
I have a workmate whom I have a crush on. She has always told me about her boyfriend. We have been flirting all along but nothing has happened between us so far. Now her boyfriend sneaked into her phone and read out our flirting messages, the outcome was her boyfriend walking away. Now I want to send her a comforting sweet message and show her I am interested in her.
You should hold off on any approach other than telling her that you are here for her if she needs to talk. You risk being the "rebound" if you get together with her right after a break up. Take things slow with her for several months. You should also think about implications at work should your friendship/relationship go sour. This is a person that you see Monday through Friday at work. If you are in separate departments it can be a little less awkward but weigh the pros and cons of relationship/career in the event that you have to give one of those up. If you have any work guidelines, check to see if there is a policy about workplace dating.
I'm trying to convince a woman I love to believe that I am real and not to play her?
I want her and I love and care for her, I want her to believe that I am real and I am not here to cheat on her or to take her money.
If you are located in different regions that are longer than one hour's drive, suggest video chatting with her either on Facebook Messenger or Skype. Maybe send her a love letter through the mail. See if you can purchase something online that she likes and send it to her. Either way, you can't make someone love you nor can you make them feel how much you love them if they are not willing to. Take some steps for more face to face and phone calls with her. Do not mention your financial situation and if she asks you then say that you are doing just fine financially. Perhaps suggest meeting face to face if you have never met in person before. This may mean you traveling to her or her to you. If she does travel to you on your invitation, you should offer to cover some or all of the cost.
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