Try to keep in mind all the good things that made you notice that coworker in the first place, and focus on the positive aspects of an ongoing professional relationship.
And if it's at all possible for you, try not to dwell on what went wrong.
Things were going great for a few weeks — at least I thought so until he told me that things just weren't working out, and he wasn't interested in a long-term relationship with me.
I took it pretty hard, and working together only made it worse.
Mooning over a relationship gone bad is what you do at home while eating too much ice cream and watching that tearjerker for the fifteenth time, not an activity to do at your desk.
Take it from Jane, who learned the hard way:"A few months after I started working at a small internet company, I started dating a coworker.
"I thought he was flirting with the girl sitting next him, and it hurt my feelings," Beatrix further divulged. The Perfect Balance – Continued • Don't let your job get in the way of your relationship, but also don't let your relationship get in the way of your job.
Consult HR If you plan on letting the cat out of the bag about your relationship, make sure you're technically allowed to have one first.It's obviously worse if you're interested in someone with whom you work on a daily or regular basis.But even if they are in a separate department or on a different floor, making sure you're not bringing your relationship with you to work each day adds even more stress. Excelle: 5 Ways To Conquer Self Doubt The Excitement Factor And of course office relationships have a definite positive side: The excitement factor.For the right partner, you can make a work relationship work. '"Written by Anna Hennings for Excelle Read the original article and more on Excelle. I am here to perform in the London Podcast Festival this weekend, and also to affect a light Cockney accent and pretend I've always spoken this way.And, more importantly, you will already have an escape plan in place should the storm of questions hit unexpectedly.3. That's why it's crucial to set clear expectations with your significant other about your behavior at work versus your behavior at home.