Some people are incredibly committed to their careers. It's admirable to want to succeed and continue to advance in your career, but putting so much of your time into work can negatively impact other areas of your life. If you're dating someone who works a lot and never seems to have time for you, then you might be very frustrated. Are you dating a workaholic? If so, then you should read on to learn what you can do to try to fix things so that your relationship can thrive.
Subscriber Account active since. Spending a lot of time with your colleagues means you form some great friendships, but it also means the lines can blur a little. You might find the people you considered friends are suddenly becoming attractive. This could be a genuine romantic connection blossoming, or it could be something called "vicinity attraction," where you start to have feelings for someone simply because you've spent a lot of time together.
Guys, Do single, workaholic men crave companionship/intimacy or are they just all about the work?
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You prepared breakfast for your boyfriend but he just took a sip of his coffee and then went off to work. You prepared a surprise anniversary dinner for him but he came home late from work and he even forgot that it was your anniversary. Actually, there is really nothing wrong; your man is just busy at work, or, to put it on the right note, your boyfriend is just workaholic.