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My problem is that I have a very good female friend that's I've known close to 20 years. Last year she was laid off from her job. With this job market the way it is, I stepped in to assist. I e-mailed everyone in my LinkedIn page to ask for assistance in finding my friend a job. Many replied but none panned out to anything. One guy did reply, we sent her resume over to him. After a couple of months an opportunity opened up where he works. After seeing what she looked like online he had her hired sight unseen. No interview. However, he has been sending her flirty text messages and right before she started work he sent her a pic of him with his junk hanging out after she told him not to. However, it keeps going on. She hasn't told him to stop but replies as "LOL" many times.

This past Valentine's Day he texted her "Happy V Day" she replied "Thank you u too" - The same day he walked by her at work and whispered "You are hot" - all she supposedly said was "Get outta here..." Then he followed up with the same via e-mail on LinkedIn. She tells me she will tell him to knock it off, but it's been a couple of weeks now and she hasn't said anything. Being the over protective friend I am when I confront her with this she gets angry at me and keeps saying she's not interested in him. He is married and so is she. I can't help but think this is going to blow up into something awful and they both will end up being unemployed. Not sure what to do.  
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I totally understand your concern, but they are adults and are making their own choices. The first time she didn't tell him to stop, she made her choice. She keeps making the same choice, so what can you do about it....

You are being a good friend, but sometimes, that means letting adults make their own decisions.
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