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How to have a work "husband"—without crossing the line

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  • To ensure he's open with you in the future, Dr. Jenn says to tell your partner: "I don't want you to protect me, and instead I want you to be honest with me. Your honesty is the greatest protection you can offer me." This will allow your partner to feel more comfortable being open with you. For a relationship to grow and develop, there shouldn't be any secrets.

    5. Are there any benefits to maintaining a work relationship?

    "Having an opposite-gender confidant at work can make you smarter," suggests Dr. Walsh, adding: "Studies show that group intelligence increases when female brains are added to a male problem-solving group. And having an ally to help you negotiate office politics can be protective." A work relationship can "work" as long as you stay within your boundaries and are respectful of your partner. Leave the chatter about your partner's downfalls and your latest relationship drama for your next night out with your girlfriends

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