Dating pleasure

And, again, I often am perceived as such, just as I feared.

But I cannot base my decisions on fear of the prejudices and ignorance of others.

The number of employees having an office tryst could continue increasing.

The study shows that seven percent of employees who haven't yet dated a co-worker currently work with someone they would like to date this year.

And, should you leave a situation at the request of your partner that would’ve turned out fine, you lose nothing.Those bothersome conversations do happen, just as I feared.I feared that I would be perceived as the weaker, more subservient partner because, again, society has such a narrow view of what strength looks like.A study from Career Builder revealed that 41 percent of professionals have dated a co-worker, up from 37 percent last year and the highest percentage in the past 10 years.Although most of these relationships eventually fizzle out, 30 percent of office romances lead to marriage.