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Since taking a buyout at my Wall Street firm, I had devoted myself to two activities: searching for a new job and working out. So did the three recent college graduates next door.
Before Diana left at 4 a.m., she whispered to me, “He likes you.
When I asked if he wanted to join us back at my apartment, he said yes.
Twenty minutes later Diana and I arrived, and he showed up with a bottle of vodka and cans of Diet Coke.
I've been there myself, and I know that plenty of smart, hardworking people go through it.
But I would definitely be hesitant to date someone in that current state knowing that it's such a stressful, confidence-breaking, generally annoying state of mind.When we woke up, hung over, a few hours later, I begged him not to tell his roommates.