I have a 28 year old client who says she has a crush on an 18 year old at work. I initially advised her to lay low and she said that nothing was happening between him and the girl he liked. She ended up asking him out.
That's her first mistake. You should never ask guys out.
After getting asked out, the guy paused, shrugged his shoulders, and said they could go out when they're both free. She said he was thrown off, but I don't think he was.
The guy asked for advice from another girl at work. He said he wanted to cancel the date because he wasn't sure about the age difference.
This client has a kid, has been divorced and the guy is about to leave town for 20 years.
If a guy says he will be busy for 20 years, then it means he's not interested.
The guy didn't mention her personality or looks as a factor.
Later, they got to talk on Snapchat as well as over the phone because of her dare.
He seemed to start paying more attention to her at work and would send her short text messages.
He's planning to leave work soon and prepare for stuff before leaving town. She wants to at least be able to go out on a date with him to see if it goes well and they can work something out.
She said that the guy is potential marriage material - but he is just 18 years old!
This is not going to work out. She should move on from this.
Another client said that she slept with a guy she met from work. They decided to keep things professional and now the guy has a girlfriend. He acts hot and cold to her which made her think that he watches my channel.
What she needs to focus on is the cold. Any cold eliminates all the hot treatment that she got. If a girl says she misses me and then disappears for 3 days, then that eliminates what she said about missing me.
Don't focus on his words, but what his actions show you. The truth is usually more when you see people's negative side.
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