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How can this work? He is two places above me at work. He says we can make it work

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Question - (29 June 2012) 2 Answers - (Newest, 30 June 2012)
A female United States age 26-29, anonymous writes:

My future boss and I met around work and he was always nice, friendly. We joked around bur never really had a serious conversation so I interviewed for his department recently and got it.

One night, I was getting a ride from a male co-worker and he stepped in to offer me a ride instead as he lived nearer.

Nothing happened.

But after that, he told me he liked me and I was a bit scared but happy he told me. We went out and we kissed...the connection was great. He told me we can make it day at a time. But I get nervous thinking about it. He's not my direct boss but two places above that...I will rarely see him. How can it work?

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A female reader, aunt honesty Ireland + , writes (30 June 2012):

aunt honesty agony auntI don't see why it would not work? Okay so he is higher up in the company than what? If you like him and he you then give it a go and see what happens. Yes it can be risky if the relationship did not work out, but if you are both mature about it then you can survive it. You only live once so if you like him go for it. As you say you will barely see him at work anyway so this should not be a problem.

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A female reader, Abella United States +, writes (30 June 2012):

Abella agony auntit is not a good idea to have a relationship with a superior at work. The problems can include your co-workers not believing your gained the job on merit.

Another issue is that once he tires of you then it you who is more likely to be pressured to leave.

Not him,

Is he single? separated? divorced? widower? or something note listed here?

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