Dating a co-worker can lead to long-lasting love but only if you proceed wisely and with care.It’s the age-old excuse people have used to justify longtime affairs (at least in the movies I've seen): I'm in love with my wife, but I'm in love with my mistress, too. A love affair is different than a liaison rooted solely in sex.Now, before you get all anti-fuckboy/lady-esque on me, the rotation of these three people is balanced at the time of non-exclusivity.Ultimately, it is the hierarchy of the rotation trifecta that makes it genius.Human beings just like to think about sex and they enjoy thinking about it with different people.
Date or make friends with people in other cities or even countries.
Always put your emotional health and wellbeing first, and that of everyone involved.
If you’re dating someone, and you haven’t talked about the rules of your relationship (including how exclusive it is), don’t assume that they would be okay with you dating someone else.
I think I would be remiss to claim that any sexual attraction to a person other than your partner instantly evaporates for all time when you enter into a monogamous relationship. "Most people in long-term relationships will develop some feelings for people other than their partner at some point," says relationships educator Kate Mc Combs.
"These feelings won't necessarily be 'in love with' feelings -- they might be lust or intimacy." Having fantasies about someone other than the person you've been dating for several years is not always an indicator that there is trouble in your relationship.