Today some successful career women are doing the same.
Sometimes they pick men who are less educated but more nurturing, romantic, supportive and playful. SOMEONE WITH TIME: Many bankers (male or female) are heavily work focused and have little time for domestic pursuits, fun, planning vacations etcetera.
I am worried he is not getting enough rest (he stays in the office until very late) and I also really miss him.
Yet, I feel stupid to demand his attention considering how hectic things are at the moment and I completely understand that work is important.
When we first started dating he told me that I need to understand that work can be crazy at times, however as of last week I have never had to grasp the full meaning of his words.
I know his family and friends and we see (or used to see) each other fairly often considering both our hectic schedules - mid-week, fridays and sometimes spend weekends together.No matter how awful it may be for me, it's ten times worse for him. Bear with us if you leave a comment at the bottom of this article: all our comments are moderated by human beings.What advice would I offer other women and men who have banking partners? Sometimes these humans might be asleep, or away from their desks, so it may take a while for your comment to appear.Check up on him without having an ulterior motive of knowing when he gets off work. I find that it helps to really understand the dynamics of the office as much as possible.It helps stimulate discussion with him when he's really down.