My boyfriend has been on dating websites

13-Nov-2016 02:32

If your live-in boyfriend doesn’t want to quit, he shouldn’t be your boyfriend.

Oh, and by the way, don’t ask him to take his profile down. He’s already proven to be the worst kind of selfish, insensitive prick who can’t be trusted with slippery concepts such as “monogamy”.

At first, he replied that he has a couple of times, and then when I was unsure whether he was being honest, I asked again and he then said a couple of times a week.

He said that he only looks at it to use the function where he can look through it and he can click on “yes” or “no” (i.e. He says that he always clicks on “no” even if they’re good looking.

I’ll never know if I’m not there”, “can I really trust him now? I have also wondered in the past whether we have different boundaries in terms of sex, as he has slept with more people than me (about 20), whereas I have only had 2 sexual partners (him and my ex).

He has also slept with friends, which I find a bit strange, as it goes over that friends/lover/feelings boundary, and admittedly I have been hung up on this issue with him in the past, but kind of accepted our different histories now.

You probably won’t do it, Barb, but I’m really hoping that you do. If he doesn’t think you are good enough, why would you think he is? Since we have dated for almost two years, I asked him to cancel his online dating account. I told him it was upsetting and we had a little verbal disagreement. But your relationship does suggest a level of patience and tolerance that far exceeds the norm. Imagine a company that lets its CEO cook the books and embezzle from them because he’s a smart, charismatic guy.After another social event that I attended with girlfriends, I found that he had done the same thing again. –Barb A man who is openly defying his two-year girlfriend to stay active on Match. The shareholders would have every right to demand an ouster. I do hate to be the one to burst your bubble, Barb.Or would you guess that a man who has a membership on a dating site is actually, you know… There is simply no viable, reasonable, acceptable response he can make – even if, somehow, he has not met ANY new women since “committing” to you.USING that site for its intended purposes – to meet new women? I’ll be the first to admit – online dating can be addicting – especially when you’re getting a lot of attention.

You probably won’t do it, Barb, but I’m really hoping that you do. If he doesn’t think you are good enough, why would you think he is?

Since we have dated for almost two years, I asked him to cancel his online dating account. I told him it was upsetting and we had a little verbal disagreement. But your relationship does suggest a level of patience and tolerance that far exceeds the norm. Imagine a company that lets its CEO cook the books and embezzle from them because he’s a smart, charismatic guy.

After another social event that I attended with girlfriends, I found that he had done the same thing again. –Barb A man who is openly defying his two-year girlfriend to stay active on Match. The shareholders would have every right to demand an ouster. I do hate to be the one to burst your bubble, Barb.

Or would you guess that a man who has a membership on a dating site is actually, you know… There is simply no viable, reasonable, acceptable response he can make – even if, somehow, he has not met ANY new women since “committing” to you.

USING that site for its intended purposes – to meet new women? I’ll be the first to admit – online dating can be addicting – especially when you’re getting a lot of attention.

He reassured me that he was not going on there to look for girls, but just to look at their pictures.