Dating some one at your workplace
Dating someone who is intimately familiar with your work environment can provide you with a great deal of insight and assistance with regards to your job and, ultimately, your career.
Seeking job advice from your partner is a more valuable exercise when they are familiar with the circumstances and personalities involved.
This goes beyond just physical PDA — keep conversations at the office related to the job. You'll end up looking far worse and pettier than the object of your anger. It's much more satisfying to succeed on your own merit, and everyone else will appreciate your achievements more if you've earned them. And, if you're more interested in keeping it light, it's always more fun to talk about, well, anything besides work. Try doing your own thing: Take Italian classes, learn to code, see your girls — anything to maintain identity.
I developed a renewed excitement to show up to work every day once I started dating my wife.
This support was instrumental in making us feel as valued and respected members of the company and certainly increased the collective desire to remain employed with the company.
It has been five years since our initial disclosure and my wife still works for the company; despite the fact that I left a couple of years ago to pursue a new career, I still play on their soccer team and attend company events.
Tempting (and steamy) as it may be, it can also turn out to be super awkward and traumatic — something we all saw unfold on the first season of 1. Like in the "think about it for a few extra days" way, not in the literal sense.
In any other dating scenario, you might be eager to jump in bed with your crush a week after meeting, but in this case, rush.