Office romances impact everyone in the workplace, so it's best to conduct them wisely.
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Yes, you love him, but could you work with him? It might sound hard to imagine, but it can happen: The fleeting interoffice romance turns into a serious relationship. Or you both decide to leap from jobs you hate into a new business venture together. Whatever the cause, suddenly you are romantic and professional partners.
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Technological and cultural shifts have made online dating mainstream and have shed light on the frightening factors of dating the old-fashioned way. Still skeptical? Here are four reasons why online dating is less scary than meeting "in real life" and dating the traditional way.
Just as it's a choice to criticize or blame our partners for what we think we're not getting in a relationship, it's also a choice to be grateful for what you have and for where you are in this moment. Gratitude can not only improve your attitude; it can help improve your love life, as well.
When I was in college, I fell for an Englishman. We had one of those relationships where we didn't see each other much, but when we did, it was epic. Long dinners in London. Camping in the woods. It sounds wildly romantic, but there was a slight problem. His girlfriend.
Why not vote in a contest in which you might have a little more personal experience with the nominees? It's time to weigh in on the people you work with and how many of them deserve these dubious distinctions!
It started innocently enough. A few flirty instant messages, followed by the occasional lunch hour spent browsing a nearby record store together. Before we knew it, we were making plans after work to go see a show by a band we both liked. And that night, my coworker kissed me.
Certain jobs are more likely to lead to lasting romance, according to a recent survey by career site PayScale. The poll found