Is Dating at Work Out of the Question? Pt. 1



If you’ve ever dated a coworker, share with us if it worked out!

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  1. I know for a fact that the work place is the best and worst place for love. I met the love of my life at work. And we are still working together also in a healthy relationship. Thank god

  2. I never dated anyone from work but I dated someone from my nursing program in college. Worst mistake ever now that we broke up and are junior we literally have a lot of classes together and I hate it. So awkward cause we dated for 6 years and everyone knew about our relationship in college. I just want to die every time we have lab or any class.

  3. I met the love of my life at work. He worked for the same company but next door to my department and we hit it off. Two years later and we’re expecting our second child and we’re so in love. When Love strikes, it can happen anywhere, anytime.

  4. From experience, just don't do it, it's not worth it, it's so awkward, you get distracted, you get embarrassed, you can't function, you waste time, you waste emotion, you get bored, and yeah it's really and truly not worth it😁

  5. work is for work not friends or spouses. but anything is possible. take the risk. just hope you are both mature enough to handle working together if it doesnt work out….or have your resume primed and ready lol

  6. Listen to your instincts if you do not want to date anyone at work do not let them sway you. There are very few stories I have heard which worked out but from my current viewpoint all folks do at work is screw one and move on to the next. This is one of the reasons for drama at work: gossip, incomplete work etc. However, when you are not involved it makes interesting TV for a boring work day!

  7. I figured out pretty quickly work place relationships just weren’t for me! The guy and I ended up not working out and I couldn’t handle it. I would mean mug the hell out of the back of his head for 8 hours a day 😂

  8. I briefly dated someone at work and it was okay. We worked on opposite sides of the building, two different departments, and we were both mature about it. It ended up fine in my case because we mutually decided to split, but we were still friends after. I've seen workplace romances go all the way left though.

  9. I think Tamera was worried Jeannie would offend the gays with her story but that wasn't her point. She was just trying to explain that she put in effort everyday to attract a person only to realize he's not even into women.

  10. I remember this guy called a radio station to set him up on a date with one of his co-workers and when they called her, she was shocked and embarrassed and declined. He was her boss, so she said she doesn't want him to be upset if it doesn't work out and harass or fire her.

  11. – My husband and I met at work right after high school. I used to flirt with him all the time, and our manager at the time always managed to put us together in working situations, which of coarse was a plus for me. We hung out a few times outside of work, but we ended up loosing touch with each other after I quit that job. Two years later I found him again. Long story short, almost 8 years later, we're married with two beautiful children and we've been together almost 11 years. So, I don't see anything wrong with dating in the workplace, because love can be found anywhere. 😍😍

  12. I don’t think it’s a bad thing. I’m in the Army and I met my husband at my unit in Germany. We deployed to Iraq and he was my 50 cal gunner and we have been together ever since. Together for 7 years and married for 5 years. We are still in the military and still happily together.

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