My boyfriends on dating websites
From what I can understand, the two of them share a cell phone, and she's getting text messages from an adult dating site, asking her to join, sign up, or visit.
I assure you I didn't find out in a dishonorable way; it was purely an accident that I wish I could forget.Put it this way: I don’t go to Amazon to browse books. There IS a temptation, for both men and women, to try to continually “trade up”.But the whole point of dating – for most of us, anyway – is to find one person that makes you want to quit altogether.I'm scared this might be the end of our perfect love."Oof. I should point out that our friends at How About We do have services for couples, not just singles…but I can't really explain away Tinder, so I think you're right to be concerned.That said, I don't necessarily think this spells certain doom for your relationship."My boyfriend and I had been living together for a year until I moved out four months ago for graduate school.
I have to admit, things have been rocky but for the most part we've been able to get past all of our obstacles of long-distance hardships and trust issues.
Don't get me wrong: In your shoes, I would be upset, but I think it's possible you can get through this.
Here's how I think you should do it…First of all, I think you're right to not have this conversation over the phone.
I am asking because I don’t know if this agreement is assumed on your part or if he explicitly said, “Yes, you and I are exclusive…” or, better yet, “I want to be exclusive with you.” I’ll explain why I bring that up in a moment, but at any rate I agree with you that checking his dating profile seems out of step with having an exclusive relationship with you…
I also wouldn’t even classify this as snooping, per se. You didn’t somehow break into and read his emails or texts.
My boyfriend – who is over 60 – has had more dates than anyone I know and still receives notifications of women who have emailed him constantly.