Dating someone you work with has always been considered taboo.
Fraternization policies are fairly common, especially in corporate environments, for a fairly simple reason: Love can be messy, and who wants that at work?
The first two times I dated coworkers, the relationships lasted more than a year each and ended in such a way that I could continue to work alongside them and even be social with them.
My bosses have always known about the relationships (which I think is crucial!
The musician I am currently dating isn’t the first musician I ever dated, but I intend for him to be the last.
Not because I wouldn’t date a musician again, but because I finally found a good guy. What I want to talk about is how hard and how easy it can be to date someone that plays music for a living.
The workplace is one of the most common places people meet their significant others; it's even more common than apps or online dating according to one Google poll.Dating's hard enough when you're single -- but what about when you're a single parent? How long before you introduce him or her to your kids?No doubt having a little one in tow can raise the stakes, but it can also raise a lot of tough questions. For answers to these and other burning questions about single-parent dating, turned to six single moms -- some of whom have already remarried -- for key advice to surviving in today's dating world, and for surviving single parenting in general!Dating in 2017 can be tricky, especially with countless number of apps making it even more difficult to make a connection.Our dating expert April Pokemon (definitely real name), is here to help, with some unique tips on putting yourself out there. Like many young girls my age I grew up idolising Disney romances, and wearing fluro bike-shorts.He pays the bills and pays them on time, but he’d lose his head if it wasn’t securely attached.