Start Dating a colleague advice

Dating a colleague advice

It is difficult jilting anyone you have to work with, but once you have had sex it is a million times tougher and more complicated. Don't tell even your closest workmates what went on.

Do either of you have attachments - are you or this other person married/living with one another? Let them know it's a social thing too, or they may be unsure whether it's a meeting to discuss business.

If you are asked out by a co-worker and turn them down, keep that quiet too.

Don't boast about your pulling power and don't mock the afflicted. Stress: The most effective way of stopping all those hormones and testosterone in their tracks. Good stress-surfing brings about the old adrenalin rush that can engender frisky behaviour, but negative stress can make you too tired and anxious even to notice the sex of the person working next to you, let alone fancy them.

Be polite, open, honest, and assertive, not furtive. And never be lewd (good, old-fashioned word) or make a pass.