Boyfriend joined dating service
I bet nine out of ten people who break up who once had an active dating profile log in for curiosity even if they are not ready to seriously date.Many people resort to dating sites and put themselves out there as a means of speeding up the recovery process from the break up.When you meet someone online and you start spending more and more time together, the last thing you’re thinking about is your online dating profile, let alone updating or deleting it.After all, you don’t want to jinx the relationship before it even has a chance to start.
And think of what you are saying - if he did the EXACT same thing as you it would also show YOU as online and active..I am unclear as to why this is causing such a severe reaction out of you. Being hurt is understandable, but feeling rejected and used is not really appropriate just because he is on a dating site. The fact that i am gutted by the breakup which happened 5weeks ago.
I met my ex boyfriend on a dating site, so even though i am not paid up i would still receive emails to say that someone has viewed my profile. I feel so rejected and used by someone i fell in love with. He is single and looking, nothing wrong with that and you are doing the exact same thing so I have no clue what the issue is. If he is your ex there is little you can do, and some people just get back out there far quicker than others.
I received an email this evening and out of curosity i went onto the site. If he has not probably healed that would be his issue, it isn't yours anymore.
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.
In an idealistic world, you’d be able to have your cake and eat it too. All you can really do is let him or her go in peace, and hope that maybe one day soon, he or she will realize before it’s too late what a truly great catch you really are. Based in Los Angeles, Niki Payne has been writing for since 2009 as the LA Dating Examiner.