Last week’s cartoon was part of Love Month in Psych Central, and focused on women who make more than their mates. Enjoy the power shift, ladies.
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We’re now into March, but I’m still thinking love.
For a time, I used to worry that I would fall for, and end up with, a box boy at Ralph’s. (Or, any box boy, at any supermarket chain.) This caused me some anxiety. What would we talk about?
Others have a fear of falling in love in the workplace. I drew this cartoon thinking of a couple (whose initials, coincidentally, were C.S, and J. C.) who worked on a studio lot. She was a lawyer, he was a producer. Surprisingly, movie and TV studios present themselves as liberal bastions, but they’re very conservative in the office arena and policies, so they kept it on the down-low.
That couple didn’t end up together, but I know of a couple in the accounting department of another motion picture studio who act at work as if they have never met, but who secretly got engaged over a year ago!
Careercast has a short list of famous people who met at work. The actors didn’t last long, but those in traditional jobs are still together.
Careerbuilder took a recent survey of over 3000 people, and came up with some surprising numbers:
37 percent of workers have dated a co-worker, and 30 percent of those office romances have led to marriage.
They also listed some office romance dealbreakers. 25% of responders said they wouldn’t date someone who “has already dated someone else at work”. Used goods?
What tips do you have for dating co-workers? Any success stories?
Meanwhile, smile at the coffee boy or lunch lady. You never know where love will bloom.
Next up: one of the first steps after true love: My first condom cartoon for Psychcentral.