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what if a a single woman who you have spent alot of time with

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what if a a single woman who you have spent alot of time with and countless times flirting after anohter night of bonding and drinks says to you after a kiss " we can't do this" and pulls away from you real quick and lets assume the man is married . how does she feel
Submitted: 7 years ago.
Category: Relationship
Expert:  Angela replied 7 years ago.
Hello Jason,
Based upon what you have written the woman could have pulled away due to the man being married. Sometimes a married person may be willing to have sex outside of the marriage (for whatever reason) whereas the single person at first may be on board until it is actually going to happen. The single individuals I have counseled in these situations (both men and women) have also felt guilt do to the person being married as well as feeling they will inevitably just get hurt due to the person being married.
Customer: replied 7 years ago.
if this person has developed a friendship with that person ,how do you move forward without being awkward and what id the married person did not necessarily want to have a sexula affair of some kind but wanted to know if the other person felt the same way
Expert:  Angela replied 7 years ago.
Hello Jason,
Honesty and communication are the best ways to build a friendship. So the people involved with this situation should sit down and be honest with each other about what they want out of the friendship. If the married person doesn't want to have a sexual affair, then kissing the single person probally sent her missed signals which could also be why she pulled away. Again, both parties should sit down and honestly discuss the situation. If the married person wants to know if she felt the same way that he does, then he should ask her when they sit down and talk about what they want out of their friendship. This way everyone is on the same page and everything is out in the open.