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Unfortunately, my colleague didn’t respond to help. I ignored him because I was caught off guard, actually doing my work. But also because I didn’t know how to respond. Good. I would continue to do this. I would also do what your colleague does which is ignore him. How should I respond to him to make him stop? I’d prefer to avoid face-to-face contact or a ...


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A lot of guys who behave like this think that they are being "suave" when in reality this is simple lack of experience with women. What's the quickest way to get this to stop? Tell them straight up that this behavior is cringy. This serves two purposes: (1) There's a very good chance they will stop out of sheer awkwardness (and the realization that ...


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I'd send an email, making sure that you keep a copy (perhaps even BCC to a non-work address). This is important, because it puts the conversation on record, so that you can establish that you made the request and what you requested. Something like this might be appropriate: Hi Bob, several times lately I've noticed you making comments about my appearance, ...


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Here's the thing: There are 2 problems with text-based communication which would make you want to avoid it and have this chat in person if possible: It's impersonal. And because it's impersonal, people can read things into your tone which isn't there, and start drama where it doesn't need to be. You don't want to start drama, because the one who starts ...


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