You may have to stretch your normal behavior — that is, you may have to reach out, assert yourself, be creative, act strategically and think outside the box.
But if you're willing to do all that, frequenting these six sites can boost your odds of a productive encounter: 1. Caution and discretion are required to sustain a relationship at the office — or in any other day-to-day workplace, for that matter. It can be difficult — even hellish — to face each other (just ask Bridget Jones).
" Another, an avid cyclist, met her husband-to-be on a bike trip in France.
(On my one and only bike trip, through New England, the lone male I got to know was the driver of the sag wagon.) 5. Pick an activity that interests you — and one that's conducive to interaction.
A fellow theater buff, he learned, she was headed for New York.Running clubs, intramural sports leagues, and improv classes are all activities that everyone could genuinely be passionate about. Or, step outside your interest zone just a tad, to create the potential to meet someone who doesn’t exactly share your interests.If you want to date someone kind, try volunteering.And if romance does bloom, it may be hard to do your jobs when you're preoccupied with arranging "alone time." But relationships can take root and thrive in this fertile meeting ground.My copywriter friend, Suzanne, started dating a fellow team member, Joe, at her advertising agency.