Saw girlfriend on dating site
It was our second date when he first called me his girlfriend.
than an hour after I (mostly) finished filling out my profile, my first email arrived: “Hey. After he asked me out, a friend took me aside and said, “Look, if you’re not looking for anything serious, I totally respect that, but be really up front with John, because he’s clearly looking for a serious relationship and I don’t want to see this blow up in my face.” I took him at his word, especially after John showered me with attention: long IM conversations, late night phone calls, protestations that he missed me when I went out of town for a week shortly after we started dating.
John and I met through mutual friends at his local watering hole.
” I suppose if it had been someone other than the man who’d been calling himself my boyfriend, I would’ve been flattered.
Have you ever spied on someone to see if they’re still using the site when you think you’re starting to get serious?
How did you feel when you saw that they were “active within 24 hours”?
Did you confront/question your partner about their recent activity on the site or remain silent?Did you feel you SHOULD continue to date other people because they were still active?Find out my thoughts on the ability to “check up on” on your partner by clicking here: If you’re serious about finding love and want to learn my insights into the tricky world of online dating, check out my CD set Finding the One online – click to change your life forever!I haven’t, but I don’t harshly judge people that have because I understand why they would.To save everyone confusion though, I think ‘taking the profiles down’ should be talked about outright, likely in the exclusivity conversation, and not something that is just assumed.Until a couple is exclusive, there’s really nothing wrong with being on a dating site.