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    This is an unusual situation.

    In order for me to apply to uni this Dec I have to get some "work experience" so I went shadowing at a pharmacy for a week.

    During those 7 days, I met a pharmacist there who is really helpful and she basically told me lots of stuff (although not uni stuff but mainly life, business side of things and things to watch out when I'm working later on after graduation)

    She is about 12 years older than me (in her early 30s)
    I personally find her wise and wish I can be more like her. I see so many good qualities in her.

    Before I leave, she did ask for my number and asked me to save hers too so I can ask her if I need help with anything.

    I really want to connect with her, maybe as a friend or a helper later on in life or as a mentor. I don't want to miss this chance of letting go the opportunity of getting know such a great person. It feels like such a waste but the thing is I don't know how to do it.

    I don't have any questions to ask her right now (the one that I could think of will just make me sound stupid) and even if I do have some serious stuff, I'm afraid that I will appear like an annoying kid who is a nuisance and she might not like it. I am also afraid that I might appear as if I am attracted to her (although she is kinda my ideal type) cause she is married

    how do I ask? Whatsapp?






 
 
 
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