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That’s not exactly the kind of thing that’s going to motivate you to get out of bed in the morning, is it?
Whether you’re angry or sad, imagine seeing them, and having those memories flooding your brain every time you do, especially if they look like they’re getting along just fine without you? Heck, what if they dumped you the one who did the dumping, and tried to be amicable about it, there’s no guarantee that the other person will act accordingly.
And then there’s things like dealing with potential office gossip about your relationship.
Or just the stress of spending so much time together.
And this doesn’t even take into account the fact that it could be the job itself which ends up causing the break-up, or at least frictions in your relationship.
It depends on what kind of job you have, of course.
I’m sure most of you reading this (again, at least those of a certain age) have at least experience where the other person had a hard time taking no for answer.
They kept trying to call you, email you, beg for another chance, try to convince you to try again, just won’t leave you alone.
Yes, these probably are worst case scenarios, but, well, that is what I do best.Now as most of adults do know, sometimes relationships end badly, and it’s not always something that’s under your control.Think back to the last time you got truly dumped, when someone figuratively ripped your heart out of your chest, threw it down to the ground, and then stomped all over it. Now imagine you had to work with that person and see them right after that?You’ll also want to consider the financial impact of a potential breakup.Would working together post-relationship be comfortable or even possible?