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I have got it really, really bad. I read somewhere that all you need… - wallyflower
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I have got it really, really bad. I read somewhere that all you need is twenty seconds of bravery. What do I do with twenty seconds, now when my rotation is so close to being over and I may never see him again? Do I sit beside this guy at a conference and risk the prying eyes of his colleagues and mine? Do I smile at him directly rather than look away when I catch him looking, which is mostly what I've been doing? WHAT DO I DO and why isn't there a manual for this sort of thing?
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miamadwyn From: miamadwyn Date: July 19th, 2012 09:26 pm (UTC) (Link)
Smile directly and say, "I've enjoyed this rotation with you." Or something like that. Then it's up to him and you haven't stuck your neck out.
pieredaes_muse From: pieredaes_muse Date: July 20th, 2012 07:05 pm (UTC) (Link)
*hugs* I wish there was a manual for this sort of thing, too... I'd say what Miamadwyn suggested--you could also mention that it would be nice to catch up over coffee/tea sometime. But do go for it, even if you are nervous. I always jump on two rather than three to prevent myself from freezing. :)
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