Reply May 24, 2011, 4:29 pm evedismay i have a very similar situation, except mine doesnt check it often. It is nice to see, for once, a woman s point of view instead of the typical ad agency hype or testimonials that were written from a man s perspective. Well, just today I looked and he’d accessed it just today. reading today reminded me of all the values i am beginning to solidify in my life, and at a time when i felt a little shaky, and a little scared. we can only know and have confidence in ourselves that we will heal if we fall and that in the process we’ll learn valuable bits of information to take with us forward on our new adventures.
I have removed all my pictures, so he can’t be looking at those lolReply July 11, 2015, 4:44 am julie S Just recently went through this on another site. I had an awful time on there with games, liars, people not showing up on dates, or they come and they don’t even like you or comment. He first told me that he wasnt looking for anything super super serious and i said well lets take it slow and see where it leads to. Looking back, I think if someone is active on an online dating site, while he is dating you, he is probably a player. I deactivated my profile thinking maybe its cos I’ve been browsing too much that led him to reactive his profile, but i know I’m just making excuses for his behaviour.
I go round, we hang out with his housemates (2 guys and a girl), he’ll cook me dinner and we’ll all go on a night out together or if it’s in the day, watch movies (we’ve only had rainy days so far). Reply November 21, 2013, 5:25 pm Lawrence hello Eric, i’m a guy,i’v never been in a relationship before. Go for it, if that’s what you want to do... Granted we’re NOT exclusive though we’ve introduced our children to each other and we’ve both said we’re excited to see where this can go. .