Recently, I was chatting with a woman who had contacted me after what she felt was a disastrous marriage counseling session with another practitioner. She described a scenario I've seen play out many times. It all began as an occasional after-hours and work-related text from one of her husband's female co-workers. Soon, the texts began to come more frequently, often late at night. They would be sitting on the couch watching TV or lying in bed when her husband would drop out of a conversation with her to text his female co-worker back.
Wife cheated with coworker
I feel so ashamed after having drunk sex in a cupboard with a married colleague – The US Sun
Of course, for others, the happy ending heh may not have been wedding bells Just be warned: Cheating is definitely a common thread here. Of course, before I was dumped, I did have an eensy-weensy bit of a crush on a guy I worked with. At the time, I was an intern at a fairly big company paid, full-time, but an intern nonetheless , and he was five years older with an actual career, albeit in a different department.
My morning started after my husband headed out the door and I Googled "how to stop obsessing over a married man" and stumbled onto your blog. I read the letter and response form the woman who was married with a child and obsessing over a man she'd met only three times but with whom she'd had extensive media contact with. My problem is a bit different. I am obsessed with a man who I work with regularly, who is responsible for overseeing our department's education and clinical coordination hospital setting.
When you are working in an office your life rotates around your work. The result: your only social life is your office, the same cubicle and also the same faces. In times when couples find no time for each other, you may think that you are blessed to share the same office space, but the truth is very different. Coffee breaks, Lunch hours and even loo breaks will not constitute of your office buddies instead it will become a part of your personal time with your spouse. Since office time becomes equal to social time, all socializing you would do is hi-bye to your office friends as all your office time is spent on your spouse.