Working with the love of your life

@paulsy (1263)
Philippines
September 17, 2007 10:31pm CST
What do you think about working with your spouse/fiance/SO? I wrote a blog about this http://www.paulynramirez.com/working-together/ with some of my experiences working with the love of my life. For me, I would encourage working together. It makes the relationship stronger. The time together makes the bond stronger between couples. That allows you and your partner to get to know each other better. So what are your thoughts about this?
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@bethyboo (399)
• United States
18 Sep 07
I read your blog and enjoyed it very much. I agree with you completely. I have been working with my husband for almost two years now and I honestly couldn't imagine working without him. He encourages and motivates me to do the very best I can. I believe that is important in the workplace. Honestly, the reason I have stayed at my job as long as I have is because I love working with my husband. We have a very strong relationship and one of the many reasons is because we are able to spend so much time together. I know some people would strongly disagree and say that spending so much time together could break you apart. I just know me and my husband are stronger because we do work together. And it is a wonderful feeling.
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@paulsy (1263)
• Philippines
18 Sep 07
Well, I am so happy for you! My fiance and I are new into working together, and I am looking forward to be as strong as you both are! I wish the best for you!
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@alamode (3073)
• United States
18 Sep 07
In the 43 years that we've been married, my husband and I have had two businesses together... one lasted for 14 years, until I got hurt and he went to work for another company so we could have better insurance. Then when HE got hurt at work and could no longer commute, we started another busines, which we still have, and it has been going for almost 8 years. We enjoy working together and all the travelling that we have done. He will retire in November, but we may keep going in a smaller way... we're used to it!