What is the nicest way to tell a man that you are not interested?
If you see a person daily at work and they get the nerve to ask you on a date, what is the best way to tell them that you are not interested in a romantic relationship with them, without making it uncomfortable for you or them? Keep in mind, you see this person daily at work.
Wow, I'm not sure. The first thing that comes to mind is try to avoid them at work. But if you can't and if he ask you that he wants a relationship, then tell him that you rather be alone at this moment for personal reasons.
1. Tell them you are dating someone else. That way they aren't uncomfortable. Don't feel like you need to go into details but tell them that you are seeing someone but it's cool that he/she wanted to "hang out."
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