Loving At The Office is Intoxicating

Loving At The Office is Intoxicating

Loving At The Office is Intoxicating

An office romance feels like a relationship on steroids.  All the senses are amplified.  An office romance can fun, but so dangerous.  You can get fired for having an office fling. In the article, Love at the Office, by L.V. Anderson, 2/10/2016, in slate.com, goes into great detail about loving in the office:Ashley Madison - Have an affair. Married Dating, Affairs, Married Women, Extramarital Affair

“The conventional wisdom is that you shouldn’t get involved with a co-worker—or, more colloquially, that you shouldn’t shit where you eat. Office romances are fraught with potential for professional repercussions, or at least pervasive awkwardness in the event of a breakup. But Americans are ignoring the conventional wisdom, apparently: 22 percent of married couples met at work, according to a survey of Americans who wed between 2005 and 2012. And if you discover that your feelings are reciprocated, it can feel masochistic to resist the urge to get involved for the sake of professional propriety. (This is, of course, assuming you’re both single.) “You spend so much time at work!” said one woman who met her long-term boyfriend at the office. “It’s such a great place to get to know people in a real-life context, where you can see how they interact with people and how their brain works and their sense of humor and what kind of human they are.”” Read More

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