Sexual relations and dating
I think that like in general I have seizures the more panicky and under pressure I feel, the more seizures I have. I tend not to be panicking during sex so it's fine and that's the kind of general indicator.If I have to do something that's like 'whooo' and hard, then that's when I begin to worry but unless, if I'm not doing that then I don't worry at all. I don't think so, 'cos I generally, they don't know as much as I do, and they don't know that people have seizures and during sex sometimes.But no one's ever expressed a worry about it and because I think they rely on me for information they go, 'Are you feeling okay' and they rely on me to tell them if I'm not feeling okay.I don't have issues so it's kind of a one way information flow in that I tell them about it, what I'm feeling, what to look out for and that kind of thing, and I hear their worries but, mainly if I don't tell them that it's an issue they're not going to assume it is an issue.
They do object to relationships in which one or both coworkers are married to someone else, however, and they also object when the relationship is between a supervisor and his or her direct report. Poe, an HR freelance writer, also found in a Society for Human Resource Management white paper that adulterous affairs were a problem in some workplaces. If it's just about sex -- a dalliance, an extramarital affair or a relationship entered into with the intention of moving up the career ladder -- coworkers and companies tend to frown on love relationships in the workplace. I checked out current research on workplace romance to answer Tina Turner's proverbial question.It is common for relationships and attractions to develop in the workplace.As an employer, it is important to ensure that these circumstances do not lead to incidents of sexual harassment.