Four Dating Rules You DON'T Have To Follow
Sep 2nd, 2010
FOUR DATING RULES YOU DON'T HAVE TO FOLLOW:
RULE #1.) NEVER DATE A CO-WORKER. Obviously you shouldn't date a LOT of co-workers. But unless your company has a policy against it, don't rule it out either.
--A lot of relationships start at work because we spend more time with our co-workers than anyone else.
RULE #2.) REBOUND RELATIONSHIPS NEVER LAST. Some people start processing a break-up months before it happens. So when it actually does, they're already over it.
--In other words, there's no set amount of time you should wait before you start dating again. But if you're still emotional about the break-up, your rebound relationship probably won't last.
RULE #3.) NEVER DATE A FRIEND'S EX. It's possible to pull this one off, but only if you ask for your friend's permission BEFORE anything happens. And it also helps if they broke up a WHILE ago . . . not a WEEK ago.
RULE #4.) ONLY DATE ONE PERSON AT A TIME. Playing the field increases your chances of finding the person you want, and it's a lot faster. So if you have more than one prospect, don't commit too early.
--Just make sure you're HONEST, or it'll blow up in your face. Match.com