Dating older co worker

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I have, and I know how it feels when you start to think, “Damn, she’s really hot…but is it worth it?” Everyone will tell you to “never fish off the company pier”. Dating a co-worker is a touchy and a potentially dangerous route. Each day this week, in addition to my regular posts, I’m also going to post an “ask the readers” question, throwing it out for you all to answer in the comments section.(And yes, this is a sneaky way for me to get you to help me with my mail backlog, but these are all questions that I think there will be lots of interesting input on.) Here’s the first one: What is your advice regarding elderly coworkers?You spend about a third of your life while you’re awake at work.

Some things are universal don’ts, like dating someone you work with. So is there anyway to make a romantic relationship and a career thrive in the same place?Be certain that you’ve correctly identified the problem. Age excuses (whether “I’m too young” or “I’m too old”) are often masks for underlying insecurities.Age bears little relevance to a person’s intelligence, creativity, or work ethic. Since eliminating the co-worker from your day-to-day activities is not likely an option, what would be a fair-game suggestion?Psychologist Art Markman helps this reader figure it out.Hi, I’ve committed one of the biggest professional don’t’s: I’ve started dating someone I work with.

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