My boyfriend is online dating

10 Feb

If you’re not comfortable asking him to stop, I have one other recommendation.I discovered by accident he had been using a dating site, and in the last two months had been winking and flirting with women on it. And he has made me feel like I’m such an awful person. (That’s why “accident” is in quotes.) But the problem here, is once you procure information in a covert fashion it’s very difficult to do much with it. I didn’t say anything for a couple of days because I was in shock and wanted to be calm when I discussed it with him. But then he sent me an odd text saying he loves me. Once you tell him how you discovered the information he’ll immediately shut down and feel that you violated the trust of your relationship. However, even though you “accidentally” discovered the information, now that you have it, it trumps any argument he can raise. ” If it’s not a free site, wink at him or use whatever free communication the site offers.The point is to get him to recognize that you have a profile as well and hopefully this will help him realize that it doesn’t feel good when the person you’re dating is putting themselves out there in a singles community.

Strangely enough, this situation seems to happen more often than I would expect: after finding a serious relationship some men still keep their online dating profile active.The explanations for this are pretty weak but these men always make the argument that there’s some good reason to keep their profile active.The primary reason to keep an online dating profile active is simple: the desire to meet people. Maybe he just likes having his ego stroked when women flirt with him. He may not flirt but likes the idea that women like him. At the very least, this action is a serious sign of disrespect.