Boyfriend looks at dating sites
The problem Nina is something’s off in your relationship. If you trusted him, you wouldn’t have created a fake profile after two months.You know that a relationship is based on mutual trust. I can’t tell you to break up with someone if you think he’s your soulmate. So you can continue to be quiet and log onto your fake profile to see the exact moment he last logged on and make yourself sick in the process, or try to find someone who will think you’re amazing enough to ditch the dating apps to be in your arms. I can only hope that you take your fake profile down and never create another one to try to snoop on a guy you really like.Something is missing in your relationship if he feels the need to communicate with women on a dating app. I’d want to be in a relationship built on mutual trust. I’m sorry you’re going through this now, but being on a dating site when you’re in a relationship is disrespectful. My best advice to you is as follows: The next time to have trust in a new relationship. Men don’t like being with an insecure needy person. Wishing you much love and joy in cyberspace, or wherever you may roam. Something is also wrong in your relationship if you feel you need to check up on him. I can’t say if it’s a deal breaker for you, but as soon as you tell him you’ve busted him with a fake Tinder profile, or make up a white lie and say that someone found him on Tinder, I guarantee he will break up with you. It may not mean he’s cheating but I do think it means he’s not taking the relationship as seriously as he should be. This doesn’t mean that he’s going to cheat on you or break up immediately but it can’t be seen as a good thing.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.
If you’re a woman who has found herself in this situation, I think you have a problem on your hands. He’s looking to meet or talk to women for some other reason I’ve not thought of. First, I think you need to take serious consideration in the fact that he’s not as committed to your relationship as he should be.
That includes taking down all dating profiles in good faith to see where the relationship will go. It would be one thing if someone in a relationship was on all of the time. Many people are finding love on social media, but Tinder is a dating (and even known as a hookup) app.
The moment you think someone’s cheating or looking elsewhere is the moment you realize something isn’t right. If you’re in a relationship and someone is active on a dating app, guess what? I don’t care about the percentages, it’s wrong, period.
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.
If pressed, your excuse for using the site should be the same as his.