Technology - like smartphones, laptops, and tablets — provides opportunities to work from anywhere anytime and for some people, that means working all the time. The ability to take work home blurs the line between work and leisure as many people feel compelled to continue working long past the official quitting time. Often, there's an expectation that people will be available during evenings, weekends, and even vacations. After all, missing an important call or not responding to an email fast enough may equal lost revenue. So when does our willingness to be constantly available cross the line into becoming a workaholic?
10 Harsh Realities Of Dating A Workaholic
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Whoever invented texts and emails and apps and the whole nine was really just enabling an entire generation of a workforce to never really be out of the office. And while they might not believe you, or pay attention at first, they need someone to help them remember. Chances are good you will hear about this other person a lot. You will be exhausted for them. You will be exhausted for yourself for dealing with them.
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Dating a Workaholic Man
A workaholic is a person who is ready to work around the clock, but their main goal is not to make as much money as possible, but simply to work as long as possible when it comes to sheer time spent on a given task. Of course, for some employers, such an employee will be a very valuable find because such a worker can probably be trusted with the hardest of tasks, and they will still manage to pull them off. But the disadvantages of being a workaholic are numerous.
This person seems inseparable from his or her career to the point where there are no boundaries between work life and personal life. It may seem like dating a workaholic would be a frustrating, overwhelming, hair-pulling experience, and it can be. I know this firsthand. However, dating a workaholic — someone who will not invest as much time in your relationship as you want — can actually be healthy for you.