How do I ask him to stop talking to me without sounding like a child?
I like a guy at work and he has really led me on, for reasons beyond my understanding. We are both 30 and have a pretty serious job (in a law firm).... Show More
Most Helpful Opinion
no. this doesn't warrant a sexual harassment charge, as some have suggested, because initially you were fully on board. And there is no way you can maturely tell someone in a professional setting, "Please don't talk to me, I really liked you, but you hurt my feelings by asking me and my intern out." He may even start spreading rumors that you're the whiny gal that liked him so much you had have a dramatic one on one relationship talk. No, don't sabotage your career.
No, this is a time for you to put on the real professional wax. Answer him curtly, short answers, yes/no and I don't know answers. Be professional, don't get vindictive with him or jealous and petty with your intern. Its time to be a professional. Put your feelings aside and do your job. Get your anger and hurt out on your own time. Take a kickboxing or boxing class, yoga, cry a little, call a few names. But at work, button it up.
These things happened. So he was a deutsche. At least you know now before 3 mos into a relationship and he's also sleeping with your intern and the receptionist. he will eventually get that you don't want a conversation when you don't make any with him and provide him short yes no answers.
What Guys Said 4
Just tell him to stop or you will file a sexual harassment complaint - can't get more adult than that.
Just give him obvious signs you don't want to talk to him and he should get the hint. Ignore him, say I'm busy whatever needs to be done.
Two words are all you need Sexual Harassment
You won't sound like a child, be honest and direct with him.
What Girls Said 2
you could say you don't desire to talk to him and if he talks to you again you will report to your boss.