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    There's a new girl at work but she is kind of shy and won't make eye contact at all. She won't even entertain the idea.

    We work at opposite ends of the office, it's quite big but we kind of face each other but at a distance. I feel like she won't even look in my direction in case she thinks I catch her looking or something.

    Would a girl do this if she was interested? I mean I'm used to girls at least giving a smile back or some signal. I don't know if it's the environment we are in that makes her feel uncomfortable doing it or not.

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    I don't think there's any way of telling yet. It seems like she's probably uncomfortable. However, I wouldn't say it's because she dislikes you or feels uncomfortable with you in particular, but just going by the fact that she's new, still settling in and trying to find her feet. Give her time, she will eventually become more comfortable - then go from there.


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