My boyfriend is addicted to online dating
I would periodically check if she was active (which she was, nearly every day) for a month until I finally confronted her. "I became suspicious when I received a few texts from a friend of mine saying that he had seen my boyfriend out with other girls.
She told me it was an old account and she'd only recently logged on to 'delete it.' I had no inkling she was looking for other partners and would have never known if my neighbor didn’t see it! Conveniently, my boyfriend was sleeping when I received the texts, so I decided to check his phone.
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.
When I asked him to show me his phone, he finally admitted it to me.
We then broke up, and he moved to another state." —.
I snuck into his phone when he was in the shower and found all these girls he was talking to.
The weird part was that he opened all of his conversations by asking "cake or pie? I was furious but held it to myself until later that night.
Moral of the story: we love girls who help out other girls! "My neighbor was on e Harmony and saw my girlfriend on there.
Later on, I caught him on a sugar baby site—which was bold considering that up until his mid-20s, he'd been living with his parents.
It took me a few years but I finally realized I was worth more.
I immediately ended that relationship and learned a lot about myself and others that day." — "I was in a 6.5 year 'exclusive' relationship with a man who spent the entire duration of it on dating apps.
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.