So cliché

So, I'm falling for my boss. To begin, I am a person who has never cheated on anyone and don't ever plan on it. I am also the type of person who respects people who are in relationships, if someone is in a relationship, I don't see them as anything more than just friends. Here's the confession. My boss is married and has one of his kids still living at home. I really hate myself for even feeling a hint of anything other than friendship for him. I know that he is married, but I can't help myself from thinking that I'd like him for myself. He's one of the most compassionate people I have ever met, but at the same time a strong leader. He isn't the hottest person I've seen, but still very easy on the eyes. We have a lot of the same opinions on things and have similar life goals. He is the type that flirts with a lot of people, but he flirts more with me (many other people have taken notice too). I just hate that I think about him way more than I should, and I feel incredibly guilty for wanting something to happen between us. I am open to advice, but I really just wanted to confess and hopefully I will be able to get some of this weight off of my chest.

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  • You've put him in a pedestal. Quit it before you become his mistress and then you'll see his bad side and lose your job. Trust me. I've been there. I started out thinking my married ex-boss was a wonderful guy to feeling disgust for him and self-hate for myself. I also lost my self-confidence because he dumped me for a girl half my age. Like you said, "so cliche."

  • To quote the immortal Ashley Madison: "Life is short. Have an affair."

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