Boyfriend still has online dating profile
Dating websites have come a long way from the time they were the only recourse of nerds or other socially awkward people looking for a date.
I never had any reason not to trust him until my friend came out and told me this. I have searched online and found people with similar problems.But after a few months into our relationship, I did a random check and his profile was visible again.But he seemed to be checking it only every few days.Please register to participate in our discussions with 2 million other members - it's free and quick!Some forums can only be seen by registered members.His mother had died a year ago of Parkinson’s, he’d changed careers, and moved house all in the space of six months just before I met him.
Things were slow between us initially, but suddenly they got really great, we had a lot in common and good bond and he seemed really happy, he called me his ‘resucer’.
He does not consider this a ‘relationship’ yet One of the stickiest dating issues that have new partners puzzled is when to make it exclusive.
Or, in other words, when to stop going out with anyone else.
From your question, I can tell that you two were together in the past.
There was a period during which you two broke up, and now you are back together.
Unfortunately there is no common rule about dating for a certain length of time before calling it a ‘relationship’ – partners simply evolve into an exclusive dating relationship when they feel ‘right’ about each other.