Has she actually said that or is that you speculating?.
A true friend wouldn't want to stand in the way of your happiness. I'm having trouble getting my head around a friend saying something so selfish, honestly..
You friend should be happy for you not manipulative to the point to where if you date using Match.com someone she will be left alone.
On the other hand...dating some one you work with can be challenging. if it doesnt work out you still have to work with him. Or if theres a fight and no one knows how to keep it out of the office then that makes it bad for the people you work with...
This is a difficult situation. He has been such a nice guy through all of this. He says the "balls in my court" and to let him know when we can go out again. We have been on a few dates but now I don't know if he just wants to be friends or more. If this were you what would you think: he opens doors for me, he was kind of shocked that I took money out of my wallet to pay for my dinner, he also asked me on a vacation and said money wouldn't be a problem...I don't know exactly what he is looking for...help!..
I agree witht he others, a true friend would want you to be happy..
If the situation was reversed and he was the one waffleing because of what his friend said, I wouldn't waste anymore time with him, I would take that as not really interested...