How exactly do you even meet anyone if you aren’t looking?
If you’ve hit your head against the wall as many times as I have, you know how frustrating, depressing, and downright disheartening it can be.
Meeting someone new, going on a few great dates, getting excited, having one/both of you sort of stop calling; then repeating the process over and over is enough to make you want to give up for good.
What if you get in a fight while you’re working and cause tons of drama?
Or what if your lovey-doveyness makes all of the people you work with uncomfortable?
Read what we think and then let us know: is dating someone you work with ever a good idea?
Julie Says: There’s Nothing Wrong With It Work is where you spend a whole lot of your time. If you’re responsible about it and you’re not your boo’s boss (or the other way around), it really shouldn’t be a problem.
In the two-and-a-half hours I leave the house each week, is he going to trip on me at Starbucks while I’m nervously palming my skinny hazelnut latte and completely avoiding eye contact?
I'm a 21 year old full time college student and I have a part time job. On top of that I have a girlfriend who feels I don't spend enough time with her.
Sure, there’s a chance you’ll get hurt and have to see each other a bunch, but that’s a risk you take with almost anyone you date who isn’t a total stranger.
Plus, I really dig the idea of earning a few bucks an hour while you fall in love!
Flirting, at its most basic, is playfully showing you are romantically attracted to someone.