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Crushing on a co-worker when you're married is normal. Just know: 'What you feed grows'

You've been in a relationship for years. Maybe you're even married. And out of nowhere, you're crushing on your co-worker, your friend or even your neighbor. The shock. The horror.

Actually, don't stress at all. Just because you're not a teenager anymore doesn't mean you're not entitled to a crush or three. Crushes are totally normal.

"People are appealing, and attraction is never limited to the person we are with," said Sherrie Campbell, Los Angeles-based psychologist and author of

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