My boyfriend is looking at dating sites

But when those unique dating situations suddenly become your present reality, you still feel like a deer caught in headlights no matter how many books about polyamory or open relationships you may have read.

After finding love and a serious relationship some men still keep their online dating profile active.

The explanations for this are pretty lame 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?

If it's not a passive-aggressive way of telling me we have broken up, what is it?

You are consciously and deliberately advertising to the entire (FEMALE) population that you are available.“We need to talk.” Four words no man or woman ever wants to hear at any point during their relationship.Nothing amazing has ever come out of those four words.I think we can both agree that no two relationships are alike, and that being in a relationship doesn’t have to mean the same thing it means for most people, especially the kind of people who believe in marriage.A relationship can be whatever two people decide it to be, at least that’s my belief.Breaking up is the easy solution when you’re operating under the guise of a traditional relationship, but there’s no such thing as traditional when it comes to online dating. At the end of the day, you can’t really make someone be with you if they don’t really want to be with you.

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