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  1. Say nothing. You will gain nothing from telling her. If you tell her there is a chance that you’ll ruin your friendship, confuse her and damage your profesional reputation. Furthermore,there’s a possibility she will tell your girlfriend.

    Give yourself time and space to figure out what you want. Is your current relationship really making you happy? Why do you fancy your co-worker? What would a life with her actually look like? How would you feel if your current partner left you?

    I also suggest you look in to Limerence.

  2. So there is a book called “The Rules” and I think this is one of the rules in it. I read it years ago.

  3. So, not at all out of the blue. She’s a liar and a cheater. You can’t be in a trusting relationship with a cheater.

  4. Because it's not about you at all. This is a thing that people need to work out and work on themselves. You can't get someone to work on their mental health if they're not interested in doing it.

    In my experience, generally people who aren't mentally well and don't have good coping/emotion regulation skills encounter situations that make them feel bad for whatever reason and then they either lash out at other people or themselves. Men often release emotions as anger because anger is the only emotion we “allow” men to express as a society. So when they have emotions they don't understand and can't manage, it often comes out as aggression.

    Lashing out at your looks, in particular, likely relates to him having a fear that you're “too good” for him, or that you will leave. Basically insecurity stuff. By tearing you down, he gets to feel superior in some way (which is easier than taking the time to learn how to build himself up), and also by trying to convince you that you're not as “desirable,” you'll be less likely to go find someone else – after all, he puts up with you even though you suck – trying to convince you that you're lucky you have such a “great” guy like him.

    It starts off innocuously, but as with all abuse, is likely to increase in both frequency and severity unless he addresses the real problem, which is that he doesn't know how to manage his own emotions.

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