My god girl, you have just described my exact problem, in almost every detail, and I am not joking, I started a new job a year and a half ago, and this boss, who was once my boss, but is now boss of another department, keeps staring at me, he ocassionally if he finds a reason can behave very oddly, and although they think I am being paranoid, both my work mates have commented on seeing him staring at me, the female co worker didn't really seem to be able to make out what his expression was, but the male co worker told me it was a quick glance down at my boobs. The thing is I am short, and this boss is short for a man, and I can't really say I have for certain ever seen him look at my chest, because when I catch him staring it is right into my eyes. He makes me feel uncomfortable, and interestingly enough, I hadn't always felt this way, I was fine with him, he drove me to work one day when he saw me at the bus stop (this was before I started to sense him watching me), I was always approaching him, so proved that I wasn't afraid of him (cause first I thought it was intimidation) This particular boss does have a bit of a reputation, and if he does like me, then I am pretty sure its just a sex thing, but I have thought the same as you, does he like me? or does he hate me? am I doing something wrong? why is he not saying anything to me? and yet knows full well I see him watching me. Sometimes he does avoid me, and I have noticed this, and I think he has lost interest, then sometime later, he'll appear, and it may have been by 'accident', but his reaction and the prolonged staring isn't, because he does it all the time. The other day he asked me something, and had I replied differently I would have been in a room all on my own with him, and an instinct told me to flee and fast, so I lied and told him I was too busy. I'm not scared of him but I really feel like he watches me and when he does speak to me, its like he has had to find a reason, and it could be from asking me to put something away, to touching my shoulder and letting me know I served a customer well. And yet generally day to day apart from the constant and consistent staring, he doesn't say anything to me, he might come and say 'morning', but other then that, noubt.