My boyfriend has a profile on a dating site

At the very least, this action is a serious sign of disrespect. If you’re not comfortable confronting him, I have other recommendations. Or simply cut and paste this article in the bathroom, next to the sign: “Please put the toilet seat down when finished.Signed, The Management.” The point is to get him to recognize that while you appear to be cyber-stalking him--and you are, but under the circumstances, who cares?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.He has told me about some of them and still hears from many of them. Whenever I have to go to a social function, it shows that he has been on reviewing matches sent to him.I’m not sure if you met on Tinder and if you took your profile down and he didn’t, but at two months, he probably wasn’t ready to be exclusive, or he would have said so.When a man wants a woman to be his, he does what it takes to make her is girlfriend.Rather than seeing where your relationship would go over time, you tried to catch him, and you did. Having an active profile on Tinder when you’re in a relationship tells the world that you’re single and looking.

The explanations for this are pretty lame but these men always make the argument that there’s some good reason to keep their profile active.

Available to speak to women who believe you are unattached, that you look something like your 'thinner version' photograph, and that you are free (AVAILABLE) to engage in romance, possibly with her, at least on line.

Women, if you find yourself in this situation, that your boyfriend is not only still on line but he’s been active "within an hour," I think you might have to adddress that you have a problem. Maybe he just likes having his ego stroked when women flirt with him?

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.

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