He wants to see where I work, meet my col­leagues

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It’s your life and your of­fice. Ask him what he’s cu­ri­ous about and, if you’re not com­fort­able invit­ing him, don’t. Your per­sonal and pro­fes­sional lives are dif­fer­ent and how you han­dle them is up to you alone. He’s prob­a­bly con­fused about how he feels, and you’re giv­ing him a lot of im­por­tance for no ap­par­ent rea­son. If his opin­ion doesn’t mat­ter, and you don’t owe him an ex­pla­na­tion, why is this even a prob­lem? What do you want to con­front him about? Do you want him to be more than just a friend? Ask your­self why this both­ers you, and what his pres­ence in your life means, be­fore fig­ur­ing out how you want to deal with it. Also, recog­nise the fact that no one has the right to con­trol your life in any way. It’s your prerog­a­tive alone to give any­one that kind of power.

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