First impressions provide minimal useful information. That the job can be creative and challenging, but isn’t always, so you want to start to assess how often it is what you like, and how often it isn’t.
While it is likely true that he was sweet and she was sassy, it doesn’t mean they changed, but just that you are learning what they are like over longer periods of time, and it is worth noting the ration of sweet to uncaring, sassy to dull, instead of staying fixated on how it seemed in the beginning.
Plus, you'll have more to talk about over dinner and a bottle of Malbec if you actually did things separately that day.9. If you break up with a coworker, do yourself a favor and don't date another one.
Shelve last night's argument or tonight's dinner plans while you're there.What happens between you two should stay that way.5. Your coworkers shouldn't have to be a part of any relationship squabbles and take sides, and you shouldn't ask them to. They are a great way to test out a type of work without the commitment of a job.That is what dating should be…a great way to check out a person and a relationship, to see if it is a good fit, without the commitment of partnership.Even if the desk, and laugh, and hair, all remain great aspects of our dating/internship, those are just a teeny tiny percentage of the aspects of this person/relationship/internship.
The whole point of an internship is that you have time to get to know lots of aspects of the job long before you have to commit to it. Let’s say the internship seems really creative and challenging in the beginning (he seems sweet, she seems sassy), but a few months in, the work feels stale (he seems uncaring, she seems dull).The problem with dating is most folks aren’t patient enough to date with an open and curious mind long enough to see if they really want “the job”.A month in they are ready to ditch the “internship” and sign a binding contract.Try doing your own thing: Take Italian classes, learn to code, see your girls — anything to maintain identity.It'll keep you sane and even better, the heart grows fonder with a little distance — even if it's just for a few hours.When it comes to dating a coworker, there's one general rule: Don't do it.