Boyfriend has active online dating profile dating game 6

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”.

What shocked me was that he was "online now." Then I began checking daily and found that he pretty much logged-in at least once a day everyday for the last month. I feel sneaky doing this and don't know how to confront him without sounding like a crazy stalker. Just say "I didn't know if you were kidding about being on so I searched for you and say that you were online." If he lies then you should leave he knows what else he would lie about.

I don't think he is dating other women (I see him all the time and can't imagine him fitting that in his schedule). It should have been closed when you two started going out. I've been with my current boyfriend for 5 months.

What shocked me was that he was "online now." Then I began checking daily and found that he pretty much logged-in at least once a day everyday for the last month. I feel sneaky doing this and don't know how to confront him without sounding like a crazy stalker.

I don't think he is dating other women (I see him all the time and can't imagine him fitting that in his schedule).

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”.

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