Given how much time we spend together, it’s really difficult for me to make a case against him keeping his online dating profile up if his ridiculousness of a truth is, in fact, a truth at all.
He says he likes to read other people’s profile summaries for entertainment purposes while taking a crap on the toilet. I don’t buy it for a second, but in the spirit of trusting him, I went along with it anyway despite my own common sense. Why mess it up with my own emotional hangups and insecurities?
In the meanwhile, you might still get those email alerts when a new match has arrived.
Most of the time, you ignore them because you’ve been seeing this new romantic interest pretty regularly.
I want to share with you that although your question is very short, I get a sense that you do not trust your boyfriend.
Years ago he told me he always looked online on dating sites, ”just to look.” I noticed that he still has an old profile on a dating site and has logged in within the past three days. Signed: Concerned Girlfriend This is a very interesting question, and it really depends on how you feel about your boyfriend.“We need to talk.” Four words no man or woman ever wants to hear at any point during their relationship.Nothing amazing has ever come out of those four words.I believe that once you know more about what you want from your relationship, it is important for you to talk to your boyfriend and clear the mystery of this situation.Open communication is essential for building a trusting and ultimately loving relationship.Other times, you get hit with a case of FOMO, or fear of missing out, and you take a gander at all the men or women you could be dating instead.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.The toughest part about being in a relationship is knowing when to call it quits, especially when it’s not something you really want.Instead, it’s something you think has to be done as a courtesy and out of respect for that person when you know you’re going to eventually mess up.When you meet someone online and you start spending more and more time together, the last thing you’re thinking about is your online dating profile, let alone updating or deleting it.After all, you don’t want to jinx the relationship before it even has a chance to start.