Post # 121
when they are ready to settle down they get rid of those pages long before they propose or get married. These are guys that are still looking for other options but will keep around whoever they have until that other option comes along. it happens all the time.
Post # 122
Yes, it can be really scary 🙁 That’s actually how we met. I’ll never give up though, there are good people / men out there who still tell the truth.
Post # 123
I met my now husband online too. That’s where half my friends meet their SOs these days. But we both deleted our online dating profiles as soon as we officially got into a relationship (5 weeks after our first date). Anyone who continues having an online dating profile after they’re in a relationship is a cheater and does not have good intentions. I’m really glad that you’re seeing this for what it is and hopefully taking the steps you need to take to get your stuff out of there, get your things in order, and leave. You are so lucky you aren’t married to him yet. It would become a lot more complicated to leave once you’re married.
Have you broken up with him yet? Or are you waiting to get all your stuff out and in order before doing so?
Post # 124
I disagree with most of the bees on here who say that having an online dating profile is a dealbreaker. If not for him having cheated in the past, I would give him a pass. Browsing a dating site as a fantasy exercise doesn’t equate cheating even if it’s extremely suspicious. If that was the full extent of the violation I would suggest you stay. HOWEVER the texts and his previous cheating episode tell us he is almost certainly cheating. Leave him for being a serial cheater, not for his online profile.