I was wondering if you could help me with something that has been playing on my mind recently…
It recently transpired that my boyfriend of 15 months has been looking at girls on a dating website that he used to use before he met me.
He said that he only looks at it to use the function where he can look through it and he can click on “yes” or “no” (i.e. He says that he always clicks on “no” even if they’re good looking.
He reassured me that he was not going on there to look for girls, but just to look at their pictures.
What's the best thing to do since I can't admit to the way I found out. We'be been living together for a year now so if a girl says yes let's meet up ... and if i bring it to light, I feel i have to be ready to call it all off.. It feels surreal, I cannot comprehend how he can act normal taking me to family dinners go shopping and asking out other girls on badoo and registering on sites like toyboy warehouse.By Reyhan Harmanci (Click here for original article.) Last June, my morning routine was interrupted by a series of texts from a friend, showing a pair of screen shots that were at first incomprehensible.In one, under the headline "Better Singles, Better Dates," my boyfriend Patrick's smiling face hovered in the bottom row of a Brady Bunch-style grid of other men, as if it had been ripped from a personal account. " my friend wrote, "Since when are you guys online dating? "Patrick," I yelped, "look at this." As we huddled over the phone, another image popped up -- another grid of faces, but this time all women.