Itīs almost inevitable that people at work are attracted to each other - they see each other every day, they work together on projects that they get a sense of accomplishment out of. They spend far more time with each other than real spouses or partners do. Often this can be "rewarding time" - eating a lunch together or finishing a proposal - instead of chore time and family time.
Realize these things before you consider a work relationship - that the whole environment in which you operate is much different than a normal relationship, and might make a person "seem" to be a better match than he or she actually is.
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