My boyfriend is still online dating
Now, I confess that I think I still have a profile on a dating site or two (don’t judge).As a former dating blogger, I started profiles on some sites to try them out and write reviews so there are simply just dating sites that I don’t remember about.A site dedicated to helping people find love: Scenario #2You’ve been dating for some time and have recently become exclusive when you’re friend stumbles upon his or her profile while searching through matches. Regardless of all the little details, I’m a firm believer that you should say something – don’t just let it because one of two things will likely happen.This scenario can be really tricky, but no matter what you do avoid looking like you were snooping for information. You’ll start looking for clues on what this person could be hiding and then you’ll be the crazy lady hiding behind trees and lurking near wherever he or she goes.The only problem is that you recently found out that throughout your whole relationship your partner has been on dating websites, swiping here, liking there, favoriting here, and emailing here and there with other people of the opposite sex.You feel betrayed, and as if everything that you’ve built and worked so hard in developing throughout your relationship was a bunch of bologna, and now you’ve lost trust with your partner.The bottom line is, still being active when you’re in an exclusive relationship is a pretty bad thing.
And sometimes it’s not from snooping or being devious; sometimes it just happens. Here are a few examples of how/when it can happen and how to handle it like a rational human being.Scenario #1 You’ve been on multiple dates and it’s obvious you both like each other, but you’re not exclusive just yet.