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In the Home OfficeMutual respectGiving each partner just as much space as the other in this room of the house says ‘your work is as important as mine’, no matter what your vocations or take-home pay. By all means share a home office, just be sure one person doesn’t assume superiority over the other by taking the lion’s share of the available space.
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The next best thingSometimes it’s near impossible to be in this command position because the design layout of your home office just doesn’t allow it. Instead, if there just happens to be a window behind you, the best thing you can do is to put plants, shades or furniture there. These will act as a buffer between you and the window. If you’re not able to sit facing the door, try placing a mirror on or behind your desk so that it reflects the door.