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I am a professional man who is generally confident, but I am wondering about the etiquette of asking my dentist on a date. I have always felt that it is unfair to put someone who works for your business in the position of having to decline your advances, so I have never made such an attempt.

But recently I have become attracted to my dentist. She is funny, kind, charming, and despite being a fan of a horrible professional football team, seems to be a wonderful person.

Of course I know that my interactions with her up to this point are very limited, but that is true of all relationships at some point. So, is it OK to ask, or do I just have to hope I run into her in the grocery store one day? That sounds like a lot of leeway, so ask away. You can explain that not only is she a fabulous dentist, you Types of dentist patient relationships dating her a delightful person.

My husband and I are planning a vacation to Hawaii. My friend is strapped for cash.

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What should I do? Maybe the boyfriend broke up with her because she is clingy as a barnacle and has as much social sense. Native Hawaiian wildlife is under threat by invasive species, and your tropical romantic getaway is also in danger because of an intruder.

I work at a small nonprofit of about 20 people, most of whom are under age Our president is a big personality and often tries to treat employees as friends, whether they like it or not. She makes jokes that are highly inappropriate and she bullies our more timid employees. Last week she took things to a whole new level.

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The president has profusely apologized to the employee, but as far as anyone can tell she has received no disciplinary action. Or should I just butt out of what is not my business? You say the president is a big personality, but she could more accurately be described as a big personality disorder.

Someone who strips her subordinates—even accidentally while trying to simply intimidate them—should be stripped of her duties. What happened to your emotionally battered colleague is not a singular transgression—your boss is a walking human-resources violation. I have the strong suspicion that inappropriate jokes, bullying, and disrobing of subordinates violates the company manual and her terms of employment.

Describe the many misbehaviors of your boss, including the skirt caper, in a dispassionate, factual way.

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