I recently broke up a couple. I had a massive crush on my co-worker and her boyfriend was this very angry and insecure guy. He felt so threatened by another man's presence around his girl he held a teen against the wall just for opening a door for her. He left my current workplace when he started screaming at our managers and a few co-workers. The guy has a serious anger issue and when he went on his screaming rampage I found her in a bathroom stall crying. He had left the establishment already and I comforted her. I started being flirty with her after the incident and we sort of just clicked. I told her we could not date unless she broke up with him because I don't accept cheating. Am I in the wrong or should I have helped this relationship. She told me she has felt like her relationship with him was ending a long time ago. So am I a bad person?
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Most Helpful Girl
Well since she also felt like the relationship wasn't good for her, there isn't anything wrong with what you did. You maybe should have waited a while with the flirting and helped her as a friend first, but since it turned out fine, I don't think you did anything wrong.0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
Most Helpful Guy
No, you're not in the wrong. You told her no cheating and she was cool with that. The only thing I would be worried about is being a rebound. For her to go from one relationship to the next so quickly is kind of scary territory in my honest opinion. But you were a gentleman and that is what matters.0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE