What should you do if the person you like at work tried to talk to someone else?
Your question sounds like you're still emotionally a teenager if you are expending energy obsessing over whether "someone you like tried to talk to someone else." The right answer for an adult in this situation is to do nothing. If someone you like isn't behaving as if he/she is interested in you, then he probably doesn't, and you should get on with life. Plus, dating people at work is a risky move. The chances of it working out are very slim, and when it does fall through, what're you going to do then? Avoid them at work? Get another job? Is it really worth it?
It often happens that we can't choose who we fall in love with. If they like someone else there is nothing you can do. Have you asked this person to be with you? If it is the case that you can't be with this person try to move on, there are plenty of people to choose from, don't give this person the power to hurt you.
This is a classic question that people throught time have tried to answer. My advice would be to: - think about the things you don't like about that person - not talk to that person for a while and then see how you feel - go out with someone else for a while - hang out with friends to take you mind of that person - talk to someone
What should someone do if they claim they saw you kissing someone else when their dating someone else?
You need ton confront the person you were kissing (if you were in fact kissing them) & ask them if they are dating someone else; if they are, leave them alone. If they're not, tell them that someone (don't mention names) told you that they were dating someone & you just wanted to ask for reassurance.