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A Problem Shared...

Got a problem? Dr Ranj Singh and Wayne Dhesi are here to offer their advice...

Dear Attitude,

I’ve got a crush on a guy I work with and I can’t get him out of my head. He’s straight and has a girlfriend. He flirts with me sometimes but I know there’s no real chance of something happening yet I’m still completely obsessed with him. He’s perfect and kind and funny and treats his girlfriend really well and is incredibly nice to me, too.I know this is an overwhelming crush and nothing will come of it but I still can’t help myself from thinking about him all the time and it’s making me ill. I’ve been out with two guys and they both treated me badly and it just feels so painful that he treats me so well — but as a friend. I have thought of getting a new job but I can’t bear the thought of not seeing him.

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