is blind! And, it doesn't confine itself to specific places. College, neighbourhoods or even a cousin's home are a few possible places
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where you can meet someone and get sparks flying.
It is not surprising that romance springs up in offices too. Office romance is common these days as one spends a lot of time at the office. Here are a few tips that will help you keep your work and relationship
It might be tempting to spend time with your lover at work. But if you enjoy being single and avoid the company of your co-worker during lunch hours, stick to it. Never attempt to squeeze in a quick lunch at the nearest restaurant. This might get others in the office suspicious of what's going on between the two of you. You may want to say 'I love you', but say it when you are away from the office. Never try sending love notes while at work. For all you know, if the note reaches the wrong desk, you may even be shown the door. Never try to take sides with your girl during heated arguments in office.
Work more, love less
Make sure to spend more time on your work. If you are distracted or daydreaming, you will be soon caught. Never look up to your lover for help while making official decisions. Involve yourself more in work.
Never leave or enter office together
Take care not to hold on to your lover's hand along with your briefcase. Office picnics and events are times when you may reveal your quixotic side. But, remember that you will unnecessarily attract gossips. Many companies have stringent rules when it comes to office romance. Beware of these rules.
Take your loved one into the circuit
Before you start off with your 'keep out of sight' operation, make sure you discuss it with your lover. Any decision or action done without mutual consent might create tension between the two of you. Explain to her/him the reasons for your behaviour well in advance and get her/him to accept them and avoid things getting topsy-turvy
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