If you are Married and Your Co-Worker is Too Friendly that...
July 4, 2008 7:06pm CST
some of your colleagues are thinking maybe there is something going on between the two of you but there is really none. What would you do? Would you avoid the person? Would do anything to avoid this situation or just ignore it knowing that there is nothing going on between the two of you? Just Curious, SFC
8 Aug 08
Hi Muelitz am not sure if I have answered this before but if put in this situation and knowing that there was and is nothing going on beterrn my co-worker and myself then I would ignore what people said and let them draw their own conclusions but also put them right if asked yoor friend littleowl
5 Jul 08
Hi If there is nothing going on who cares what others say, they are going to believe that something is anyway and if you start avoiding the person they will put it down to the fact the the assumed affair is over so you will still get talked about. If you like this persons company and it is innocent there is no reason not to talk to them. Ellie :D
• United States
5 Jul 08
I definitely wouldn't care what everybody else was thinking. But it's very important that you and this person be on the same page of knowing that nothing is going on between the two of you. I would make sure that I verbally express this in a very serious (not rude) manner.
5 Jul 08
If the person was friendly to the point that it was making me uncomfortable I would tell them to back of and leave me alone. If the person was friendly like a friend and it was just gossip, I'd file a complaint to the office, letting the human resources department know what kind of abuse I was geting rom my co-workers.