Why dating a coworker is a bad idea

Multiple studies have shown that individuals who engage in morning sex are healthier and happier people.

Your post-coital glow that others are noticing isn't totally bogus.

One of the managers (I’ll call her Anna) is single and attractive, and frequently catches the eye of our male clients and even some colleagues.

She has always brushed off the attention quickly and it has never been an issue.

Plus, who doesn't want to linger in bed just a little longer?

The benefits extend to more than just being uncharacteristically nice to everyone for the rest of the day.

Their jobs are such that the two departments don’t need to interact much (if ever) professionally, and our company has no policy against office relationships as long as a manager is not involved with someone they supervise.

I thought that since I was an attractive, fit, well-educated, financially and emotionally secure guy that I would have no problem finding a woman in her mid 30s to settle down with and start a family.

This is for all those kids who didn't get extra credit or get placed on honor roll.

After years of inadequacy and a lifetime of feeling average and unremarkable, your time has come.

Glancing down at your phone to see a surprising text from a potential mate.

All these instances make us feel like the universe is on our side. While getting laid is always good, there are some choice encounters that qualify as great.

Why dating a coworker is a bad idea