You share a mutual passion for how much you both hate Terry. For most couples, if you're struggling with your workload, their partner can only give them generic advice like, "Um, I believe in you." But your partner can also say, "Oh, well, did you know these keyboard commands? When you're having a bad day, your partner can pop over and cheer you up, instead of just sending a text.When you need to vent about work, your partner is right there to trash-talk everyone you hate too. It's way better than having to settle for a few texts or a quick phone call before you have to get back to work. You're a professional power couple and you are crushing it when you work together on a project.You should maintain a working relationship with your co-worker so that you can discuss with him or her as to how you’ll manage the situation post your break-up.If possible, avoid dating someone who’s subordinate or junior to you in the hierarchy of office positions.However, you should also be realistic about your relationship.
The attraction to a co-worker may not be something you can shake.Interoffice relationships should pretty much be banned, rather than frowned upon.People get themselves mixed up in these situations because we tend to spend the bulk of our days at the office.It's easy to develop a work crush, but how you handle it makes all the difference.If your career is important to you, you should probably avoid this diabolical situation at all costs, as it can get very messy, very quickly.