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Should Co-Workers Date?
Written by Brian on July 15, 2022
Working closely together five days a week can cause some enviable heat to ignite between certain co-workers. Sometimes it is a true chemistry that causes two people to be attracted to each other. It can also be due to loneliness at home, which can happen whether the person is single or married. In fact, many times marital problems are the root cause of office romances and affairs. Then, there are times when two people are drawn to each other and just happen to work at the same place.

To start with, the subject of affairs needs to be addressed because these are always bad ideas, particularly between two married co-workers. Even worse is the idea of an affair between boss and staff member. These NEVER end well, and when they do, as they WILL, there will be at least one person out of a job. On occasion, both boss and staff member can be joining the ranks of the unemployed. If you are that staff member and are flattered by the attentions of your boss, please keep things on a professional level, for your own good.

Married co-workers should never engage in anything romantic. They can be friends and enjoy each other’s company, but they should never take that fatal step of going over the line and falling into bed together. When the spouses find out, and never doubt that they will, things will begin to crumble for both people that were unfaithful. There are at least four people in that scenario that can be hurt.

Then, there are those couples that simply feel drawn to each other and would be attracted to each other no matter how they met. This connection is not necessarily a bad one, but it can be a tricky one. That is because these couples may be in a budding relationship that should not be tested by the dangers of being together TOO much. What happens when the two of you have an argument? Something like that can easily have a huge effect on the quality of work that the two of you deliver at work while the argument lasts.

Something else to think about is the amount of time you will be spending with each other. If you just work for the same company, chances are good that you will be working in separate offices and will only see each other during breaks and at lunch. An arrangement like that does not put as much stress on a relationship as working in the same office a desk or two apart from each other. Just working in the same building can enhance a romantic relationship. You can always meet at lunch for a sandwich and a quickie to really spice things up.

On the other hand, if you do work in the same office, it may be beneficial to the relationship for one of you to try to transfer to another office or department in the company. Some couples make a professional and personal relationship work out nicely. If you follow some commonsense ground rules, it may work out that way for you, too.

About Author: Brian

Brian was a long time bachelor that was always searching for his soul mate, best friend, and perfect partner. He finally got serious about finding this person and set himself on path that enabled him to find his soul mate and is now happily married to his perfect partner in life.
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