The other day, i approached my 30+ years old divorced lady manager and she tried to expose the top portion of her body intentionally (a couple of times). I was not prepared for anything like this. I just finished my talk quickly looking straight in to her eyes. I am still single and young and am kind of upset about this and find it difficult to talk with her anymore. She is an important figure in the company and has been a nice manager otherwise and i don't want to talk about this to anyone in my office. How do i get over this so that i can be comfortable working with her again?
'Knowledge is power, but too much of it can blow you up'
Permmie - Request a meeting with an HR representative to discuss the issue. I'm not familiar with the employment laws outside the UK, in the UK there are sexual harassment laws which are taken VERY seriously.
The HR road can be very rocky. If persistent polite professionalism doesn't send a clear, "I'm not interested" message then I would move to a more direct statement.
Just what that statement is, of course, is the tricky part, but it generally has to contain information that you greatly value your professional relationship with her and do not have a personal relationship to offer.
You have my empathy. This kind of thing is just ugly.
Do the right thing and the smart thing, talk with HR. You don't need the headache and potential black mark on your career. But make sure you have your stuff documented correctly and do not come off wrong.