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Normally the only way it would severely impact you both is if you weren’t supposed to be dating at all because of the power differential — and if that’s the case, she’d be viewed as more at fault than you.So unless there’s some key detail missing here about your company being one of the few old-fashioned hold-outs that still forbid dating, then either (a) your company won’t really care or (b) your ex is the one who should get in trouble, and that might be why she’s pressuring you to keep it quiet.
For men, it’s probably worth it to take a second shot a month down the road. If he’s not responding the first time, it’s either because he’s not a paying member and can’t read the email, he’s got too many emails in his inbox and will wait till other prospects dry out to get to yours, or he simply isn’t interested.But then again, there are enough quality women that I don’t see why you’d write to the same uninterested ones twice. I’d maybe try an IM, if you really want to give it a second shot. About a year ago, I developed a relationship with a coworker (I know, not smart! I never directly reported to her, but we are on the same team, and she is at a higher-level. This weekend, I ended the relationship for various reasons.He may actually be a decent guy – but he’s a decent guy who is pretty indiscriminate about the women he contacts. 3) I just think it’s in poor form to tell anyone what to do. And yes, there’s a logical explanation for this double standard. No, you shouldn’t send a follow-up email to a guy if he hasn’t written back.
It’s not that it’s impossible that he was busy, or accidentally deleted your email, or had an emotional crisis that caused him to abandon dating for awhile.
In order to give herself the space and distance she says she needs to get past this, she feels that she needs to not have me work on her projects moving forward, or at least for the time being.