Married Life The True Romance
On the way back to the office, we decided to stop for lunch. I told him that I had just broken up with my husband, and he said that maybe that would give us a chance to go out. I was not ready to date yet, but Barry was persistent.
I went out with him for his birthday and kept seeing him after that. I said yes. We got married in and have a wonderful year-old son who is in college. I was working with a girl from another department on a computer project, and she kept telling me about a field engineer in her department and how sweet he was. He was also "geographically desirable" for me, as he lived in a suburb near my suburb. Apparently we'd grown up in the same town, but since we lived on opposite sides, we'd gone to different high schools and never met.
I'd seen him around the office and knew him only enough to say hi as we passed in the halls. She arranged for us to sit next to each other and asked him to give me a ride home from the company Christmas party, and things just blossomed from there. Since we were in different departments and had no professional interaction, no one at our employer had any problems with our relationship.
It's been more than 15 years of happy married life together, and I still tell people he's the best thing I ever got from the insurance industry. I knew she was the one the first moment I laid my eyes on her. I tried every way to meet her. I was very carefree before I saw her and had dated many women and still did not meet any that I wanted to marry.
I am an American Indian from Alaska but did not consider that a handicap, as I am an outgoing person. I talked to her, but she resisted my attempts for a date, because she thought that office romance would never last. I finally adopted a different tactic. I enlisted my boss, and he would take one rose a day to her desk for me. It drove her and the other secretaries crazy. After a month of one flower a day, my boss told her it was from me. I got my date, but none of her friends knew that we were dating.
The hardest part was to convince the father-in-law that I was not the stereotypical Indian. We married after a year and have been married for and-a-half years. It went great, but it was hard to have a relationship where you work. We got in a few fights, and we even broke up once but soon got back together. We survived the hard times, and eventually he was promoted to a new store; that gave us the break we needed. We have been together for three years now, married for two, and still going strong.
I was a purchasing assistant for a manufacturing plant. One of the men I worked with was a supervisor not mine. He was cute, and one thing led to another. The stolen kisses at lunch or in my office were sheer heaven at first. Then he started questioning me about talking to someone, i.
Then he'd walk into my office when I was on the phone with a customer, and God forbid I should be laughing or making pleasant conversation. He would get very jealous and accuse me of wanting to sleep with every guy I talked to or had contact with. I was a purchasing assistant! I had to talk to a lot of people. It was vexing, to say the least. After that horrific experience, I swore I would never date anyone I worked with again.
And I haven't! I fell in love with a retired gentleman who worked part-time at my place of employment. This man was in his second marriage of 28 years and was also 15 years my senior. The affair was the most wonderful, eventful thing in my life. By the way, we both fell in love, and this affair has lasted for eight years. This person left the place of employment shortly after our relationship began. After we met and interacted sexually and emotionally, we knew we were in for broken hearts. We still occasionally meet and talk, but the relationship between us has grown bitter. I think the bitterness is because of the timing in our lives and probably the age difference.
I have felt terrible a million times because of him being married, but this did not damper my feelings.
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My advice is that you might meet that person who really makes the old heart throb at any place in your life, but the workplace and marriages cause complications beyond anyone's control. You will ask yourself a million times: Why now? Why here? Why this person? Then again, not everyone will afford those wonderful feelings even in a lifetime -- so go for it.
Under no circumstances should a man ever fish off the company pier. I did and got dragged through the mud in a way that I wish on nobody. There are many evil women who would like nothing better than to get a wad of cash out of you, get you fired and ruin what was a promising career. All because I had the audacity to break up with her honorably, by the way and discontinue our relationship. He is very suave, but also provides some unexpected comic relief.
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