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If you are a guy and know that another guy in your office likes you but is too shy to even say hi how do you make him speak to you?


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2006-12-19 13:47:30
2006-12-19 13:47:30

You can't actually " make him " speak to you, but you can talk to him. Many people who seclude themselves from others do that because they believe that they might say or do something stupid, or that they might offend or annoy the other person. It's called " a fear of embarrassment ". If you were to talk to him it may be alittle rough in the beginning, but as time goes on he will eventually accept the fact that being social isn't so bad and that it actually helps us with our esteem and makes us stronger and more self-confident. You're not listening! I have no doubt you left this same question before and again I say ... nix the office romance! Whether opposite sex or same sex the workplace is not a good place to have a relationship because if things should go sour you still have to face that person every day. It could also be that this guy is not interested in you at all, but wondering why you are watching him and he may know you are gay. Be careful! You look and listen to see if there are any things you may have in common and break the ice that way. Im sure there is office talk about people, hopefully positive stuff, that you can find out some info about him. You can also send him a card with an invitation to join you for a drink or dinner. Good luck.

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