By finding out more about the real person, and being attracted to this person, the relationship should last longer and be more secure than if the relationship had been built on the white lies of someone wishing to be more than they really are.Also the fact you are working for the same company shows that you already have a strong bond between each other - with the added advantage to not having to explain your job to a possible mate and have their eyes glaze over when they find out you’re an accountant. Spend time with each other Obviously if a relationship is going to last a long time, you and your partner will need to spend a lot of time with each other.
When you go to a party there is always the chance that the person you meet is not being themselves; that they may just be acting as a way to make themselves more attractive to the opposite sex as a peacock would by displaying his tail feathers, your potential date may be exaggerating their stories or successes in order to appear more than they really are.
When you work alongside them you get an idea of who they are, how successful they are, what their aims in life may be - and you can get all of this information naturally.
Though you may indeed meet someone during the evening a relationship at this stage is generally formed on a physical attraction rather than an actual attraction to the person within - which is why these chance, brief meetings so often end in a one night stand and little else.
At work you generally become attracted to the person over time, which is more conducive to a working relationship. Establish a relationship prior to dating By working alongside someone you will get to know them as a person, and find out more about who they really are than you would in other circumstances.
There’s an old saying that comes to mind - Here are 5 pros and 5 cons of workplace dating for you to consider. Great place to meet In today’s hectic work environment it can be difficult to find the time to ‘get out there’ and find a suitable partner.
Quite often you need to see someone, and chat to them, a few times before you realise you wish to ask them out on a date, or before you actually gain the courage to do so - which means meeting someone at a bar or club is often a one off and leaves you little time to act.