I was wondering if you could help me with something that has been playing on my mind recently…. It recently transpired that my boyfriend of 15 months has been looking at girls on a dating website that he used to use before he met me. 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 reassured me that he was not going on there to look for girls, but just to look at their pictures. I told him that I found this a bit weird that he is going on a dating website to look at other girls, when supposedly he is in a relationship with me. I told him how it really upset me and how disrespectful I found it, especially as it was a dating website.
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# You must chill (online dating edition). – sarahstent.info
I met a guy from an internet dating site in March. We went out from about April until August. I must admit I did check the site on occasion to double check the profile was definitely not there. But after a few months into our relationship, I did a random check and his profile was visible again. But he seemed to be checking it only every few days. As when he was with me everything seemed fine, he was also mentioning moving in together and buying a house down the track.
Say you meet someone online, and you start seeing each other, and things are going really well. My highest congratulations are with you — but the real question is, if you meet on a dating app, how long should you wait to delete your dating profile? You know it's on your mind, and you know it has probably crossed your new boo's mind, but it certainly hasn't come up yet. So — what to do?
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