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Call me old-fashioned but before you even think about pursuing another woman, you need to deal with your marriage “that is not working out.” It’s hard to tell what you mean by that—have you hit a rough patch but there’s been no decision made about the future?

You never want to give another person control over you (unless, of course, it's in the bedroom and you're into that sort of thing).

Interoffice relationships should pretty much be banned, rather than frowned upon.

People get themselves mixed up in these situations because we tend to spend the bulk of our days at the office.

Reader: A co-worker and I were recently promoted together to a small team.

My new boss began dating the colleague who was promoted with me within six weeks of our arrival.

It's easy to develop a work crush, but how you handle it makes all the difference.

If your career is important to you, you should probably avoid this diabolical situation at all costs, as it can get very messy, very quickly.

But office romances tend to be particularly corrosive to office morale, to say nothing of the legal issues they may churn up.