Check him out dating

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.

I didn’t tell him I was leaving, and I didn’t ask him to, either. I did this because left to my own devices, I was untrustworthy.

As women, one thing that makes us feel safe, loved, and sane is a constant connection with the people we care about.

Have you ever spied on someone to see if they’re still using the site when you think you’re starting to get serious?

I haven’t, but I don’t harshly judge people that have because I understand why they would.

You mean you just poke your nose into his private business? Use that time you’d otherwise spend looking for his online-now to go to a café and read a book, take a hike, see a film, or have drinks with girlfriends.

Here’s a novel idea: Use the time to keep dating other men!

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?

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