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IT HAS been estimated that up to half of us meet our future partners through or at work, which makes it a significant venue for budding romance.
So how about "that's okay, no hard feelings", or "wise girl/chap"(whatever), or "no, you're right.
Purely social, no work to be discussed." If you don't like that, then write your own script, but make sure it's something along those lines.Allow them to see that you want to put the relationship on a social footing, thereby also allowing the courtesy of letting them turn you down too. Take no to mean no and never cajole, push or ask for an explanation. Plan a semi-jokey line that will immediately alleviate the atmosphere between the two of you and restore normal working relations.Simple is best, as it avoids too much blush inducing-babble.and because of that there must be a rule: Sex on the first date is OUT! Think anything that will scare you enough to persuade you to wait until you are in a serious and stable relationship.This isn't talking killjoy, this is just being practical.There are obvious plus points to meeting your partner at work: 1.You know you will have at least one thing in common, as well as an informed ear to bounce all your troubles off when you get home in the evening; 2.They work to ensure that anyone can access the best educational resources from the web anytime, anywhere, even if they do not have an internet connection.Click below to let us know you read this article, and wiki How will donate to World Possible on your behalf.Do either of you have attachments - are you or this other person married/living with one another? Let them know it's a social thing too, or they may be unsure whether it's a meeting to discuss business.Be light in tone but clear about your intentions (not all of them, of course).