I’m intrigued by this. I mean, I don’t really get it. Thing is, and may be it’s just me, but I soooo don’t see his comments that way. Ok, yea, they are a bit creepy sometimes, but I think he just does it to be funny. Like the time he said, “I thought about you last night – when I was nude”. Surely he was just trying to be funny?
I’ve also played this little game with him. Like the time he said, “I thought about you last night” to which I retorted – “were you nude?” That stumped him, for once.
So surely the comments are all just part of this elaborate game we play? Or used to play? I haven’t really been playing lately.
And then I hear my therapist’s voice in my head telling me how I defend him whenever she criticises him. Really? I hadn’t really noticed that. Nor do I really understand why I do it.
May be it’s all my lack of understanding of boundaries? Aren’t they, as Castorgirl says, just those squiggly lines in the sand that you don’t even notice when you trample on them?
Isn’t this all just my fault for inviting such comments in the first place? And if this is the case, how could I possibly do something as serious as a sexual harassment suit?