My boyfriend is still online dating
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Now just to make this clear he is not the cheating sort, like full stop.
I know he wouldn't, but I got worried the other day because I checked the dating site and typed in his name and low and behold he'd been on it a few days prior.
All the way on the left, in the second row, was mine.
A small logo gave the name of the matchmaking service being advertised: How About We.
Neither the images nor the site were immediately familiar to us.
The pictures hadn't been taken from our social network profiles, nor had Patrick and I ever online-dated.
I know he has some insecurities which is understandable, but he claims that's the reason why he keeps his dating profile active.
Are men just bored and like to browse, or is he just not ready to settle? Your question sounds very fitting to a person I know who actually hooked up with a girl on POF not so long ago, 6 months is a fair time stamp of how long him and his GF been together.
The best way to see this clearer is to flip the situation over. She’ll either think that’s sweet and offer to remove her profile, or she’ll remind you that you’re just “seeing each other” and that she’s not ready to be exclusive. I did this three years ago and it worked perfectly. Which is why I reassured her that she didn’t have to remove her profile. And if she wanted to go out with twenty other JDate guys before taking her profile down, she could.
If some girl is into you, but you’re not into her, you’re gonna keep browsing online. However, if she refuses to be Miss Right Now and makes it clear that she’ll accept nothing less than a commitment, that’s okay. As far as I was concerned, going on a bunch of dates would only reinforce why she should be exclusive with me. Now if you take down your profile and she say anything, you might want to step up your efforts to see her more. The good thing is that there’s no downside to pushing things forward.
Within a few moments, though, it dawned on me what I was looking at.
In 2009, a photographer friend, Jenny, had snapped some photos of us around the house for her portfolio.
Of course, that's where my mind went first: Was my live-in boyfriend of five-plus years maintaining a double life filled with Internet honeys?