Difference between dating and boyfriend girlfriend
Seriously, it doesn’t matter what the provocation is — it will hurt you at work to do what you’re talking about.It’s entirely possible that the reason she’s working there has nothing to do with you (you note that it’s a big company where lots of people your age work; it would be different if it were a 10-person company). A hug is just a hug till you find the one you’re always thinking of. Love was just a word till I heard it from you my love. I don’t need a knight in shining armor; a sweet boy in old jeans will do just fine. Your arms around me is all that I need to face anything that life throws at me. You are to me what water is to plants – absolutely necessary!
Or sure, it’s also possible that it’s some kind of weird attempt to mess with you and/or your boyfriend — but until you actually see evidence that she’s doing that, you should proceed as if it’s not.
To be clear, if she had been threatening to you in the past, that’s something you should share with your employer now. If she trying to make some sort of point to you, the best possible point that you could make in return is to just be normal.
But until and unless that happens, this is just a new coworker who happens to have a history with your boyfriend. But it’s worth noting that your boyfriend chose to date her.
And for what it’s worth — all the “she’s so crazy” stuff your boyfriend has told you? He’s also told you he stayed in a bad relationship with someone he didn’t want to be with, while showing interest in someone else. You’re seeing “poor Fergus, who was trapped in a bad relationship with a crazy woman.” But if you’re taking him at his word, it sounds more like “Fergus engaged in really unhealthy behavior in a relationship and chose not to take the adult step of ending it when he should have.” I don’t mean to crap all over your boyfriend here — plenty of people stay in bad relationships longer than they should, and that’s not a mortal sin.
He finally decided it was time to block her everywhere he could after one particular freak, even though he was nervous what she may do. She said she was working there now, in another department, but wanted me know she would be around, so it wasn’t “weird.” For someone I was told was quite shy, I felt her approaching me was quite bold of her.
While she very well could have been doing a respectful thing, it made me feel she was trying to make a statement of some kind.
Go about your job, be pleasant and professional, and don’t get pulled into game-playing with her.
If she targets you in some way (other than just introducing herself in the cafeteria, which is actually pretty mature), then talk to your boss and/or HR about the situation.
I am a woman in my later 20’s who has been in a relationship with my boyfriend for two years now.Tags: Adult Dating, affair dating, sex dating