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Your heart starts beating faster, and blood rushes to your head. Now you're in a relationship with your subordinate. And what happens when it comes to conducting reviews and disciplining your honey? You'll need a lot of energy and concentrated effort to keep your office romance just between the two of you. If you're smart, you will deal with the real world and anticipate plenty of bloodshed before this tale concludes.

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But Really, Any Platform Can Be Used to Flirt“He’d send me calendar invites to meet in a conference room to make out.” — Whitney, 28, married to former co-worker “I’d take the subway out of my way to ride home with her after work.

It’s like the modern commuter version of carrying her school books.” — “Looking cute every day is essential during the beginning phases.

When in a workplace people grow bonds with their co-workers that go beyond just friendly 'lunch' meetings.

They grow in-depth relationships that deepen into romance.

[Read: 19 sure signs you may be falling in love with your boss] And on the other hand, if you’re already dating your boss, well, it’s not all bad, just as long as you remember to keep a few things in mind while dating them. Falling for the charming boss is the easiest thing to do at work.

You admire them, they inspire you and you long to speak to them because you subconsciously crave for their attention and acknowledgment.

(Exhibit A: In the past two months, I’ve been to two weddings involving couples who met at work.) We conducted an informal survey of six seasoned office-flirters, who offer the following lessons: 1.

Digital Flirting, Though Risky, Is Also Easiest“If you flirt out loud, everyone hears you and gets annoyed.

A place where people share a common interest, and spend most of their time, provides the perfect opportunity for love.

While love can make one do crazy things An added complication is that one or both partners involved in a workplace romance may be married or in a relationship outside of the workplace.

Along with this, businesses and companies are still confused at whether or not they should interfere in the romantic relationship.

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