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    1. crormaSoila18

      crormaSoila18 Well-Known Member

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      I need advice. I just got out a relationship, she ended it very poorly and left me kind of hurt. But Anyways, I am interning at this business (im 22) and I have a crush on one of my superiors (not directly boss though, shes just a perm worker) who is roughly 25ish. Would it be a good idea to hit on her and ask her out? What do you guys think?

       
    2. Jawaz

      Jawaz Well-Known Member

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      Hey ladies (srs)

      Just stop right there.
       
    3. baletki

      baletki Well-Known Member

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      Hey ladies (srs)

      But its not fair...how it ended and I am sure she is doing something.
       
    4. baletki

      baletki Well-Known Member

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      Hey ladies (srs)

      It's not about fair, and it's not about getting even with your ex or respecting her or your relationship. Guaranteed you have a sh*t tonne of baggage to deal with, so deal with that before going for other girls. Trust me, rebounds are nothing more than a temporary distraction until you're on your couch crying into pizza and ice cream.
       
    5. jailynn24hb

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      Hey ladies (srs)

      gah, alright if you knew the story you would be on my side.
       
    6. crormaSoila18

      crormaSoila18 Well-Known Member

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      Hey ladies (srs)

      If you are going to rebound then don't do it at work. Go out with your buddies and hook up with a chick out. Once you have come to terms with the end of your previous relationship then re-evaluate whether you are still interested in the chick at work. It can get very complicated getting out of a relationship with a work colleage. Been there... It wasn't fun at all.
       
    7. 88brah

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      Hey ladies (srs)

      i think we are on your side, which is why we think you have a ton of unfair baggage to deal with. i second aristomeow's advice of taking some time to deal with that before even thinking about dating another girl.
       
    8. Capone

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      Hey ladies (srs)

      I am on your side which is why I think you should take time to heal. Trust me, the last thing you wanna do is have an emotional breakdown in front of your next gf who you jumped into a relationship with cause you weren't ready. And you will lose your identity if you jump from relationship to relationship, especially if youve just come out of a long one. You don't know what Single Positivity is like, you only know what Relationship Positivity is like. And thats not good.
       
    9. Terry4

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      Hey ladies (srs)

      Ask the new one out brah.

      Move on, forget the old one, feel this new one out, if she flirts with you and talks to you, ask her out. Dont get hung up on the EX at all.
       
    10. herunder88

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      Hey ladies (srs)

      yea you guys are right...it was a long one. just sucks. meh.

      Thank you for the advice ladies.
       
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