I have a few life guidelines I’m always preaching, and one has to do with work: Career ambition is great until it starts negatively affecting your romantic relationships.
Before you ever get to that point, I hope you make a concerted effort to feed and nourish your relationship consistently over time so that things never get so dire.
You better learn to live with it and make him believe you are okay with his work schedule. If you go the other way, and complain about his work ethic, you are going to come off as appearing "child-like" and immature with a lack of understanding what the "real world" dictates to be successful.
You better be sure you can emotionally handle this type of releationship before you get too deep in this rabbit hole.
The best course of action is to always take it in stride.
Becoming a work out buddy with a workaholic may force them out of the work place and into doing something else.
In addition, do not allow the workaholic to talk about work while working out.
Offra has lectured extensively to various groups, conducted support groups for several organizations, and has been writing a weekly column "Relationship Matters" for the Santa Cruz Sentinel since 2001.
If you are bonded with workaholic person it's important to get help for yourself. One of the many interesting things about workaholism is that it is the most socially accepted addiction.