“I remember thinking, ‘Oh, he’s cute,’ when I saw his picture on his profile,” says Katie. “It became pretty clear, pretty quickly, that we wouldn’t be doing business,” she says. Eventually, Katie invited Nick to meet for coffee or a drink under the pretense of networking. The date ended in a kiss, and the two wed in 2015 and live together in Denver, Colo.But before you boot up your Linked In app and start firing off requests to the cutest professionals in your feed, know that your advances may not always be welcome.“What they do at work has absolutely nothing to do with how they are in a relationship,” says Keegan.
“[On Linked In] people should pretend they’re in a conference room before flirting, and then decide if what they’re about to say is best left unsaid — or better said in person, over lunch or on a weekend, where there’s no mistaking work for pleasure.” Besides, you could be hitting on someone who isn’t available, warns dating and relationship coach John Keegan.
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