And then, in the course of our emails back and forth, it was revealed that she was a grad student in Anthro at the very university where I had received my degree in Anthro not two years prior. We'd been there at the same time, and she'd been the TA for some courses during that period. She shut the whole thing down without even meeting me - there was just too strong a possibility that, if we hit it off and started a real relationship, someone at the school would eventually find out, misunderstand, and it could potentially ruin her career even though it would be easy to verify that she'd never actually taught me. So, no. Unless you were to leave the program, perhaps. The OP did not know that this was ok prior to posting this question.
You get no results. Do you think I can build something with him.
How accurate are ultrasounds in determining the size of a baby?
There is this mindset that just because someone is a temporary worker here, like an expat, this might stop them from having a committed attitude.
Sometimes this is seen as a barrier, but mostly this is a limiting belief that people have.