Boyfriend has online dating profile
He wanted to remain friends however and continued to call and ask me to hang out. A month and a half ago we were looking at homes together, and now he has an online dating profile. He says he is looking for someone special to spend time with, someone caring and intelligent. It may not mean that he’s actually cheating on you, meeting other women and having sex with them, but I do think it means he’s not taking your relationship or feelings as seriously as he probably ought to. This is still somewhat problematic because he isn't exactly in a position to be getting stroked by other women, now is he? All the reasons I could think of for a man to keep a profile active while he’s in a relationship. He likes to flirt with strange women and be flirted with.3.The primary reason to keep an online dating profile active is simple: TO MEET NEW WOMEN. None of these appears condusive to long term happiness--or is it just me? He may not flirt but likes the idea that women are looking at him. He doesn’t understand that he’s in a committed relationship.5.You might care a great deal for this man but his actions suggests he cares less for you than he should.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.--, you have a profile also, and how does he feel when the person he is dating has put herself out there in the singles’ community as available, and strange men are looking at her with possibly lust in their hearts? If he still doesn’t get the idea I’d suggest that you keep your dating profile active until you find a man who will treat you with the respect you deserve and cut this loser loose.If he begins a retort sentence that has the word TRUST in it, ladies, just give him the look. You might care a great deal for this man but his blatant disrespect more than suggests he cares less for you than you thought…or hoped.
The explanations for this are pretty weak 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?He’s looking to meet or talk to women for some other reason… First, consider that perhaps he’s not as committed to your relationship as he says or you thought.
This doesn’t mean that he’s going to cheat on you or break up immediately but it can’t be a good thing. I think it’s reasonable for you to feel uncomfortable with this and also reasonable for you to ask him to stop. See if subtlety is appreciated--if he gets the hint or if he just winks back.If it's not a passive-aggressive way of telling me we have broken up, what is it?SO HELP ME UNDERSTAND You are consciously and deliberately advertising to the entire (FEMALE) population that you are available.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.