Found boyfriend on dating website
Something is wrong if he’s not happy with himself and needs the validation. He says he’s happy and loves spending time with you, which is probably true. Things haven't been going well..he keeps insisting he is not looking for anyone else, not dating anyone else, etc. Not that it is any better but it is very common these days that young men are on these apps and meet women to flirt and or they sext and exchange pictures. I don't know what type of mental contortions you are putting yourself through to justify staying this time, but stop.The problem Nina is something’s off in your relationship. If you trusted him, you wouldn’t have created a fake profile after two months.You know that a relationship is based on mutual trust. I can’t tell you to break up with someone if you think he’s your soulmate. So you can continue to be quiet and log onto your fake profile to see the exact moment he last logged on and make yourself sick in the process, or try to find someone who will think you’re amazing enough to ditch the dating apps to be in your arms. I can only hope that you take your fake profile down and never create another one to try to snoop on a guy you really like.It’s not that he doesn’t want to keep spending time with you, it just means that he wants to keep his options open until someone he’s more into comes along. A man doesn’t use online dating for anything other than it’s intended purpose – to meet new women. The dating expert goes on to say that while there is constant temptation to always be trading up, “the whole point of dating – for most of us, anyway – is to find one person that makes you want to quit altogether.” I honestly thought I had found that person, especially when he finally agreed to delete his online dating profile. 10 minutes of weekly entertainment isn’t worth losing endless hours of entertainment from you,” he said.Here’s how Katz breaks it down in layman’s terms: “I don’t go to Amazon to browse books. But then he did a complete 360 less than 24 hours later.In the meanwhile, you might still get those email alerts when a new match has arrived.
Every now and then, you come across the online dating profile of someone you know, but when that someone you know happens to be someone you’re supposed to be in a relationship with, you can’t help but start questioning the validity of that relationship.
It’s a dilemma that’s more common than you think when online dating turns into an offline relationship.
The funny thing about being in a relationship when you’ve been single for so long is that you go into it having all these preconceived ideas on how you would react to certain dating situations, and you prejudge your future relationships based on your past ones.
For what it's worth I am the OP of a thread about a month ago about the boyfriend going out to lunch with another woman that he insisted was just business. To really embarrass him/hurt him in some way I sent a "flirt" to him from my fake account...waiting to see how he responds... Many of these men never sleep with other women ir even meet them. You know good and damn well there is no reason for him to have a profile on a dating site other than the obvious one.
the weeks immediately following that thread, things were actually VERY good. I'm tempted to see if I can even set up a meeting/date with him..show up myself and see what he says. Or show up like it's just a total coincidence that I'm there..watch him squirm while he figures out how he's going to handle having his date show up with me right there.... Also guys tend to find someone on the side for this behavior It's gross no doubt I just don't want you to assume for sure he's sleeping with other people etc and you need to be careful for diseases etc... All of this energy you are putting in to thinking of how to embarrass him? Nothing you do will hurt or embarrass him the way he has hurt you because he doesn't care that much.