Boyfriend has active online dating profile
Studies show that people often resort to impulsive online dating when they are are depressed.The average guy can send 100 emails on a dating site and get 0 replies, which is crushing to a man's self esteem (hence why it becomes addictive: they want to keep trying until they get a reply).Fast forward a few nights...a girl messaged me on Twitter saying she saw my boyfriend on Tinder and he had been pursuing her on Facebook messenger. He had been spelling his name differently so I wouldn't be able to find him.I confronted him by phone call (because I couldn’t stand to see his face at the moment) and he started crying saying he didn’t know why he’d done what he’d done.Of course, there is something seriously wrong if he's doing it secretly and keeping it from you. It might be worth considering that online dating is extremely addictive.
He never really hid what he was doing from me, but he told me at the time he’d never meet up with anyone for real and all guys did this sort of thing.There are 5 plausible reasons why the guy you’re dating still has an active online dating profile. He’s just looking for casual flings or one-nighter’s.