@DearAuntyAng
Ann-Gela Kaye
@DearAuntyAng · 4:29

What are your thoughts on "Work Husbands/ Wives?"

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What are your thoughts work husbands, wives and work wives, if you aren't familiar with those terms. Work husbands and work wives are coworkers that get along well, and they may or may not have relationship outside of work, but at work, they are known to be very friendly with each other. They may have lunch together. They may be seen talking at the copier or the water cooler or maybe in the workplace, on the factory floor or the operating room or wherever they may work

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@MsColes77
Tanya Coles
@MsColes77 · 4:51
And so they spend a lot of time together, more so than they do at home with their families. So I have seen these work husband, work wife relationships develop between employees that spend lots of time together, and they're working closely together. And with that, because we are humans and we are a relational, communal people, god created us to be as such. There's a tendency for these types of relationships to develop, even if it's not intentional
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@DearAuntyAng
Ann-Gela Kaye
@DearAuntyAng · 3:29

@JulyLatrice714

And I noticed I remember reading before now, I'm a Christian, and I think we know that the divorce rates among Christians pretty much mimic those who have, like, no religion, right? It's pretty high. It's pretty up there. About 50% of marriages are ending in divorce amongst Christians
@jmoja
J l Moore
@jmoja · 3:37

@DearAuntyAng

That's why you're arguing that's why you're comparing you're comparing the work wife or the work husband to the person that you're married to and that's just not fair. That's not fair. You chose that person. You chose that person whether or not you were equally yoked you chosen you have to figure it out another way. If you don't do that yourself
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Ann-Gela Kaye
@DearAuntyAng · 1:20

@jmoja

Most married couples today are maybe spending other than the time they're sleeping, maybe three or 4 hours a day together compared to the time we're spending at work or on the road and at the gym. So if we're spending time away from home and spending a great deal of that time with another person, it can greatly damage our marital relationship. But again, both folks are single and ready to mingle, God bless them. But that's not always the case
@Luchianna
Eluchianna Olive
@Luchianna · 4:00
If my husband has a female friend that he is cool with and they get along well, they both establish boundaries that no one's going to think otherwise. They're not that close. The only person should be close to you like that is your wife or your girlfriend or your significant other. Not a coworker. Because that's how things get complicated. A touch, a gesture can lead to something that's really not warranted, certainly by either party, the man or the woman
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@DearAuntyAng
Ann-Gela Kaye
@DearAuntyAng · 0:36

@Luchianna

Hi. Thank you for sharing. Luciana, if I'm saying your name wrong, please correct me. And also I'm outside, so if traffic gets in the way of this reply, let me know. But thanks for sharing your thoughts. Yeah, we all seem to be on the same accord with this one. That's some nonsense. Yeah, if you're two single people, when you meet and fall in love, great
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Ann-Gela Kaye
@DearAuntyAng · 3:17

@GiggleBoxer

They'll say, like, oh, Bob's your work husband, because you guys are always together. And I don't know, it's like other people see it more so than what we give the title to. But if you see two people at work, at one another's office or cubicle at lunch together, it could mean nothing, right? It could be completely a true, innocent friendship. And yet I could be sneaking around with the other coworker that nobody sees me with, right?
@H3r_Spac3
H3rSpac3 Podcast
@H3r_Spac3 · 3:59

It's a No! For me

No, it's a no go for me. No, because like I said, eventually someone's going to catch feelings. Trust and believe me, it's going to catch feelings. Especially if you and that man or you and that woman is having marital issues and you all have been going back and forth about a situation
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@H3r_Spac3
H3rSpac3 Podcast
@H3r_Spac3 · 0:11
I'm sorry. At the end I said MySpace. I meant to say her space. Thank you, Ms. Auntie Ange. And I will continue to follow you and listen to you. Thank you
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@Her_Sisu
J.L. Beasley
@Her_Sisu · 4:52
And if I'm in a monogamous relationship or in a situation where it's a work dynamic or a business transaction dynamic, and it might get messy, if we were to blur those lines in that moment, then I'm likely not going to cross those boundaries. But if there's no minimal opportunity of anything being compromised in a negative way, then I might be a little flirtatious. And that's what likely happens in those work wife, work husband dynamics
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Swell Team
@Swell · 0:15

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Ann-Gela Kaye
@DearAuntyAng · 3:07

@Her_Sisu

Various invites popped up, and that's kind of all I saw. So in scrolling through my profile, I now see I've had some messages waiting, so please forgive me for not getting back to you. And I'm glad you left a message because you broke it down. Like they said in the movie Love Jones, you broke that thing down so good that it can never be put back together. Okay. I love the way you broke it down with the definitions
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