We've held eye contact for the full length of the hall and as we passed he said "hello and how are you?"
Sometimes will lift his head from the side, make deep eye contact and give me a little smile (mouth closed).
He gets nervous when I'm around and barely speaks.
His face turns red when I am around him.
He fixes his hair - runs his hands through his hair when I'm near.
there are other things too but this has been going on for a year. we work in very professional jobs.
It's like we've been eye f***ing for a year now and I want to stop the games and get naked already but he hasn't made a move except for all the body language!
I work in health care, he's a dr. and I'm a nurse ;)
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I like the way you have described in the last line. :-) And I am liking the term eye-f***ing, I haven't heard it before! :-) Guys do you come while doing the eye-f***ing ?! ... :-D
Don't you have a boyfriend already, lady?
I would agree with the rest, do you like him? Even if all this eye-f***ing hadn't been going on? Make the move, I'd say! I am feeling lucky for the guy, he'll be very happy, may be relieved as well ...
And he won't. Considering the prevalence of sexual harrassment in business, plus the potential fallout from a bad breakup, he is probably very nervous about starting anything up. You will need to be the aggressor. Just don't be too flagrant about it or you might put him off. Just ask him to dinner instead of lunch some time.
He is obviously interested. In this case YOU should make the first move. Reason being is that it's the work place. It's much easier for a guy to get in trouble and or fired for possible sexual harassment. Go for him if you're interested.
sounds like he's into you but working together makes the situation difficult. maybe he's just really shy but also maybe he doesn't want drama at the work place. also some guys need MAJOR signals from a woman in order to make a move.