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Ending It with a Co-Worker

Against popular wisdom, you've been dating a co-worker and it's heading south. How do you end this gracefully? After all, depending on their position, they might be working closely with you for the foreseeable future. So now what? First, it might be a good idea to take a vacation to give you some breathing room. It's not easy to heal a broken heart when you see the person every day. Next, when you do come back, avoid badmouthing your ex, you never know how it may come back to haunt you. If nothing else works, it might be time to look for a new job. Perhaps this could a valuable push to start a new career and leave your ex behind! Learn more at eHow.

Posted: 1/18/08