How to handle situations where a hot new coworker of yours starts getting touchy feeley with you, and even though you want her and think she feels the same way, you’re worried about what your other coworkers will think if you get together.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss an email from a viewer who has allowed himself to become infatuated with a hot co-worker. She’s moving away because she’s going to work in another city at a different school over two hours away. Now he regrets never making a move when she was close and touching him on several occasions outside of work because he was concerned what others would think.
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