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And it’s different than anything you’ve experienced (and.. Hey, it’s kinda like you have the best of both worlds! they’re sleeping when you leave for work kinda stinks.. But you know they just pulled a 12 hour shift , so you do your best to keep it quiet while leaving your place. and you’re wondering when the topic is going to change to something you can talk about! Maybe he/she says that you gotta ‘jump in there’ and join the conversation. Maybe this is just you being sensitive as he/she said. with one exception – you’re hearing the awesome stories of your other girlfriends who are dating fellow 9-5′rs and (sad) you want that too. TOOLS FOR FINDING SUCCESS Part of why I’ve created Married to a Chef is to share some tools (most likely that you already have but aren’t aware of! here are three things to ponder and ask yourself: 1. Being a 9-5′r and dating someone in the restaurant industry is going to have it’s share of being the pits sometimes, we cannot deny that. There are some wonderful blessings that come with being where you are. In other words, how could you see this relationship and it’s parameters as an opportunity to focus on other areas of your life? TRUST me – it may not seem like it, but there is a big red bow tied around your relationship, it’s just a matter of seeing the opportunity where you might currently see lack! Your friends are jealous that you get to do this with them.. At first this feels AWESOME because you can still hang out with your single girl/guy friends. So you keep it to yourself the best you can, I mean you’ve only been dating a few months) And well, it is strange to you that whenever you hang out with their co-workers, or friends (who also are in the biz), their ‘work family’, you never seem to fit in. They keep the subject to things going on at their restaurant – servers, customers…food issues… You look over at your loved one and think, ‘he doesn’t look like the person you spend your time with. ’ You mention something to your beloved – but the conversation leaves you feeling like you’re just being sensitive. Anything worth having is going to take a willingness to dive into the unknown, wouldn’t you say? How could you take a different approach to where you are , instead of the solo holidays, going home to an empty place may seem like a dead end of your relationship, that these are opportunities to create excitement in OTHER areas of your life?“The cocktail community [all goes to the same] conventions, like Tales of the Cocktail and PDX Cocktail Week.There’s lots of booze at these events, and your morals might not always be, uh, 'aligned.'" "I was hooking up with this cook at a time when I wasn't working on the floor.
When something goes wrong in the kitchen — or if a customer has a specific allergy that needs accommodating — a chef will remedy the situation. You can bless your date by turning the tables and cooking for him/her. And your date only has a card, and they’re like ‘well, shit.’” "The back-of-house consistently hook up with, or start dating, the hostesses [...] I believe it's that way because the back-of-house guys can talk about their ambitions and dreams of owning a restaurant, their culinary vision, etc.College-aged girls eat that stuff up because they want to be around people that already have passion and a life plan." "Industry people on dates indulge... We spend most of our days bringing people awesome food and drinks and we want to take in as much as we can when we are off." "It's hard to not start [hooking up] with someone when you work in a restaurant because you're together all the time late at night. ** So, here you are, a 9-5′r…Ready, willing and able to find that person who makes your heart skip a beat, someone who makes you smile from ear to ear … One of two things happen – you acclimate because your love for him/her is so strong. Does any of this resonate with where you are or where you have been? It’s a TOTALLY different world – being with someone in the industry and without having the right tools (shoot, ANY tools! ) I’ve made it my mission to lead you back toward being comfortable giving yourself PERMISSION to LIVE! You do what’cha gotta do (online dating/events/etc) to meet this person. ” My guess is – you probably recognize the feeling this brings. And to add to it, those around us do NOT understand what it’s like. (Like, for example, successful 9-5′rs in relationships in this industry find their WILDLY INDEPENDENT!!!