Ok - so my friend calls me and says her hubby has a friend going through essentially the same stuff and invited me to a BBQ at their place, turns out through a twist that I already know the guy through work - I've really only met him a couple times and talked to him on the phone - weird huh? Anyway, it was supposed to just be a BBQ with two people looking to get out (not out there) for some adult time - when I was leaving my friends hubby asked if he could pass along my phone number - uh-uh no way! Guess he wants to go out (as a group??) and has free coupons. If it's free coupons, is it a date - he's an accountant if that makes a difference. I mean I haven't done this for over twenty years and then it was high school. How will I know when I'm asked out on a date? My friend said he's interested, I'm not - not that way, I still very much love my STBX and won't even be divorced for another 19 days, but I have to admit I'm tired of sitting home alone feeling sorry for myself. So, is it a date - or am I over reacting? I felt rather pressured by my friend and her hubby with all the grinning and teasing they were doing. advice?
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