" "Going to ____ tonight if you wanna stop by." "OK, text me later if you wanna hang out." "How was your day? Now here comes the problem: he's only texted me like 10 times ever, but I feel smothered. What’s a healthy amount of time to spend with the person you’re dating?Read what we think and then let us know: is dating someone you work with ever a good idea?Julie Says: There’s Nothing Wrong With It Work is where you spend a whole lot of your time. If you’re responsible about it and you’re not your boo’s boss (or the other way around), it really shouldn’t be a problem.Flirting, at its most basic, is playfully showing you are romantically attracted to someone.If you are ready to flirt with someone, you should already know you are sexually attracted to them, and like them!How exactly do you even meet anyone if you aren’t looking?
So they often parrot off clichés like “you’ll meet the right one when you least expect it” and “you’ll find him when you aren’t looking.” When you’re on this emotional roller coaster, these well meaning statements are enough to make you want to cold clock someone in the face.
Dating someone you work with can be super tricky – not just for you and your boo, but also for your co-workers and boss.
What if you two break up but still have to see each other every single day?
It might seem nerve-wracking to start flirting and put yourself out there, but fear not—it's normal to be nervous around someone you really like, and there are ways to seem confident and pull off a successful flirtation.
Whether you're flirting over text, online, or in-person, it's important to keep a balance between revealing your feelings and keeping the person you like intrigued.