Dating a workaholic
Changing plans at the last minute and making apologies to others for her husband's absence has become commonplace.She appreciates the abundant salary that her husband brings in and she is happy that he enjoys his work.The first thing you should do is sit down with your partner and discuss your future goals (business and personal).Explain that while you're excited about building up your company, you value your relationship just as much and are serious about making it work.Dedicated, sincere, hard-working, honest are some desirable adjectives you would want to associate with our companion.But if your partner's dedication, sincerity and honesty are all directed only and only towards his work...
If you can hang in there long enough to support your man through his grind, you are bound to reap the rewards.
Drained of all energy by escalating personal and professional pressures, emotionally-crippled workaholics make faulty judgments and unwise pragmatic decisions that lack “big picture” vision.
As too many things start to go wrong, overwhelming anxiety and panic attacks undermine the will and energy necessary to be capable of intimacy. Power struggles ensue as workaholics assume their .
Intimacy requires good communication and a sharing of power and responsibility for the health of the relationship, and for each partner’s emotional, intellectual and physical well-being.
Such a commitment requires an easy give and take, to be receptive but not controlling, to give without expectations or strings attached.