Boyfriend goes to dating sites
Only you can decide if what you learn convinces you to keep participating in the relationship or not.I said earlier that it’s worth looking into your own sense of trust in relationships since our internal relationship with trust can have a large impact in our relationships… You will never, ever know what the other person is doing at all times.I know I am being sneaky/snoopy by checking up on him to see how often her goes on the site (and he goes on often! It’s not like I’d call this guy my boyfriend already, I know it’s still early… Author’s note: I have expanded the content of this article since it’s original post (as I do from time to time).This is thanks, in part, to your excellent comments and questions from the audience.when we talked a little while ago, you said we’re exclusive… ” (I would listen for if their answer is a clear “yes” or if it’s some vague, weird, wishy-washy response…in which case, I would interpret that as a not-yes and assume that you are definitely NOT exclusive and assume he is indeed acting accordingly…) If he says yes, I would go on to say: “OK, good, that’s what I thought. we live in a time where everyone can see everything that’s going on online with people.
This creates a vicious cycle that destroys trust in the relationship and ultimately causes a problem where there was none. You have to remember that you don’t know his full story yet.I would think things like, “Well, things seem good, but what if she’s doing something behind my back and playing me for a fool, etc.etc.” This type of thing has a lot more to do with our own personal insecurities and not so much with what the other person is or isn’t doing.I can tell you from personal experience that this was a skill I needed to learn.In my past, there have been times when even though the relationship was good, my insecurity would eat away at me.