DEAR ABBY: When I was leaving work last Friday, I caught two co-workers in a passionate kiss.
The elevator doors were just about closed, but I waved my hand and they opened back up. I averted my eyes before they realized I was there and jumped apart.
Because I was in shock, I made some nervous small talk and did not acknowledge the elephant in the elevator.
My issue is they are both upper management and married to other people. I have no plans to “out” them, but I’m confused about how to interact with them going forward. I work with them on a daily basis as well as attend company parties, which their spouses usually attend.
Any advice would be appreciated as my respect for them has plunged.
SHOULD HAVE WAITED IN THE SOUTH
DEAR SHOULD HAVE: This is a minefield, so tread carefully and do not say a word about what you saw to anyone. Your respect for those two may have diminished, but it is vital — for your own sake — that your behavior toward them remain the same as it has always been.
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It may take a large dose of amnesia on your part to accomplish this, but it is what I am recommending.
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Source:: The Mercury News