How to find love when you’re married to your job

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Have a love life goal

You need to be specific as to what your end goal is. Do you want to get married in the long term or just have someone in your life? This will help you determine what kind of relationship you should get into.

 

Be generous with second dates

You’ll be going on plenty first dates so how about you have an open mind when it comes to granting those second dates? We understand that more often than not it’s the guys who mess things up. But at times it could be that you’re just tired from a long day.  Plan second dates on days where you’re not working to make sure that you’ve got no destructions.

 

Take a day off

Besides online where else are you planning to meet potential boyfriends if you don’t go out? Burying yourself in work isn’t going to change your single status so it’s time to make a few changes to your lifestyle.

 

Find a fellow workaholic

It’s always easy being in a relationship with someone who’s on the same level career wise. This way you don’t have to feel guilty when you have to bail out on plans because he understand your line of work.

 

It doesn’t have to be perfect

Being a workaholic, natually you’ll want things to always be perfect, including your relationship. But in reality, no partnership is ever perfect, so leave room for disappointment and failure, it’s all part of the journey.

 

Find a man who isn’t intimated

A confident woman who’s got her life together can be rather threatening to some men. If this isn’t handled carefully it might lead to many fights and eventually a break up. What’s best is that you find a man who loves ambitious and independent women. That way you get to have a stress-less relationship. 
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