It must be ingrained in me to the point of being a kind of addiction -- like going to the health club every day.
If I miss one day, I feel awful." But Giokas has since learned that the problems that pop up when he's away from the office will still be there when he gets back, and that what happens in the office stays in the office.
Justin Blanton, who practices law in California's Silicon Valley, tells Web MD that he is a workaholic and that the problem has only gotten worse in the four years since he wrote the following on his blog: "Whether I'm reading a Harry Potter book on my PDA while waiting in the deli line, checking email on my phone as soon as my date makes for the ladies room, or heading back to my computer each commercial break (no Ti Vo…
yet) -- I'm always checking something." "It's gotten worse in the sense that it hasn't let up at all, and I feel more compelled to be busy," Blanton says today.
Community Q&A There are those of us who cringe at the idea of working weekends, and there are those who thrive in it.
So dating us can be a challenge for anybody who’s a little more relaxed and laid back.
You never know, one of these young guys could end up being the next big funny man.
Lay off the network shows for a week and check this show out.
But if you can deal with the intensity, dating us could be the best decision you’ll ever make.
We all know someone who never leaves the office, literally or figuratively.
It is possible to date a workaholic if you're prepared to talk through the issues, develop ground rules together that both of you are happy to keep, and find compromises that both of you can live with.
If you believe it's worth trying to find a way through your date's workaholism, the following steps will give you an idea of how to approach the challenge, even if it does mean ultimately that you discover that this date's just not the one for you.
People can sometimes be suffocating, and your workaholic SO will never be one of those people.
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