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I had my first online girlfriend in 2000 for five months, fell in love in 2003 in a seven-month relationship, did it again in 2004 for four months, and had my last online girlfriend in 2006 for eight months.
However, if you were watching my profile on JDate, you’d have assumed that I was online from 1998-2006 without any success. Sometimes, when you leave, you don’t take your profile down–which leads you to be labeled an online dating addict by a woman who is on every single site herself. But you ARE onto something, Barb, which is that online dating CAN be addicting.
I let it go forcing it out of my mind telling myself he was "with me".
He has issues with his moods and backs away whenever he gets stressed out or disappointed.
I didn’t say anything for a couple of days because I was in shock and wanted to be calm when I discussed it with him. But then he sent me an odd text saying he loves me. Once you tell him how you discovered the information he’ll immediately shut down and feel that you violated the trust of your relationship. However, even though you “accidentally” discovered the information, now that you have it, it trumps any argument he can raise.
When I did he looked me in the eye and said he would never, ever do that to me. And if you don’t tell him, you set him up to lie even further. Because when it comes right down to it, he’s the one who breached the trust of the relationship. Sure, it’s clear he loves you, but that doesn’t mean he’s a great boyfriend, and someone to throw your lot in with.
There is another myth in your question, Barb–the idea that someone who signed up on Match in January ‘06 and is still on in January ‘08 has been on for two consecutive years.
Let’s say he dated seven people in his first two months and then found a happy relationship that lasted for a year and a half.
Essentially, you’re saying, “I’m not a loser, player, commitmentphobe or dating addict, but any man who does the same thing that I’m doing must be.”So to set the record straight: going on multiple dating sites means that you’re looking to expand your options.
Maybe your month ran out on JDate and you want to try Saw You At Sinai.
Maybe the pickings were slim on Chemistry, so you branched out to Perfect Match.
I can search and then come back a year or two later and the same guys are still on the site and usually with the same picture.
Also, I dated a guy for a time who almost seems to be addicted. Dear Barb, There are two things going on in your question, and I want to address them separately: First, let’s dispel the notion that there’s something wrong with someone who’s a) on two years after he signed up, and b) signed up for multiple dating sites. The only way you’d know if the same guy was on two years later is if YOU were on the site two years later.