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As a young women who is relatively new to the management world (and apparently doing very well at it according to the review I had last week! And ask him to make sure he never calls you “babe” in the office.
) I know that I sometimes have to work a little extra hard to be seen as the skilled professional that I am. Or just ask him to make sure he never uses “babe” in the office? Those are both relationship things, and your relationship needs to be kept out of work.
etc., and he has mentioned his new relationship many times.
He has even gone so far as to tell me that he dreams about me and can’t fall back asleep, that he wishes he could still protect me, and that he is sorry for everything he did to hurt me in our relationship. I want to be friends with this man as he has been a huge part of my life, but I want to respect their relationship. — Seeking an EXplanation have some idea of the continued — and, frankly, inappropriate — relationship between you two or else why would she be so quick to pull him away?
In March, my boyfriend of almost three years and I both realized that we want different things in life and decided mutually to break things off for good (after a brief breakup this past fall).
In May, almost two months after we broke up, he began a new relationship. The first call was a question he knew only I could help him with. The third, fourth, fifth, and many other calls since have been to discuss how things have been, how I’ve been doing, what he’s been up to, etc.
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Frankly, it’s not good that you’re providing direction and feedback on his work — and if you can recuse yourself from that, you should.Tell him that he can keep your number and try you again in a few months after you’ve had time to properly process your breakup, but in the meantime you don’t want to hear from him.My significant other also works at the company (it’s how we met) but in a different department.I realize that in a small company, you might not be able to do that — but then it’s all the more important that you demonstrate that you’re leaving your relationship outside the office.There’s a real danger that you’ll be perceived as biased in the feedback you give on his work, simply because you’re dating — and that will be far more of a concern for people if you don’t demonstrate a strong awareness of the boundaries you need here.
Is there a part of you — and I’m assuming there must be — that is finding it difficult to leave the past in the past with such constant reminders from such an immediate and significant person from it?