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Wed, 04-03-2013 - 12:30pm
If you are focused on your job and studying, than I see why you don't want to get involved. You could be in the position of being pulled in two directions, and that would not be a good situation. You are in different places in your life is what I'm gathering, and if she can't understand than you might have to explain that to her. Hopefully it won't get to that point though.

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Mon, 04-01-2013 - 2:34pm
That was so sweet of her! I can understand your hesitation, I would be a bit nervous as well about losing your privacy. Since you are having feelings for her as well, I think you would regret it if you didn't at least give the relationship a try. You never know, it might work out very well.

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Mon, 03-25-2013 - 3:21pm
That sounds very promising, let us know how your evening out goes!

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Sun, 03-24-2013 - 9:24am

That can be an awkward situation that is basically up to the two of you to work out the details. Not to put any labels or roles into the situation, either or both of you could be completely compatible or completely incompatible emotionally or sexually. Perhaps an honest conversation between the two of you might be the best way for you both to sort that out along with ground rules and the conversation about a "what if" should things happen or not, work out or not. You may find yourselves in a situation to put out or get out.

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Thu, 03-14-2013 - 3:55pm

You could always approach it carefully, strike up some conversations if you see her outside; test the waters and see how she responds to you. Do you have any mutual neighbors that will be throwing a party any time in the future? That would be another good place to spend some time with her to make sure your feelings have truly changed. She might have some hard feelings about what you said to her previously, so if she acts cold to you, I think you should try to forget her.