I believe that trust is the main ingredient for a healthy relationship, and without it, the relationship becomes troublesome and both of the partners suffer.I believe that once you know more about what you want from your relationship, it is important for you to talk to your boyfriend and clear the mystery of this situation.You’ll know if your boyfriend’s behavior warrants a breakup, or is rather catalyst for communication and, hopefully, a stronger relationship.A woman has just realized that her boyfriend has been active on online dating sites.
Except I just found out that ALL his online dating site accounts are still active and he logs on to each one once or twice a week. People can become addicted to the excitement of seeing who's checking them out. Assuming you’re still in the early stages of your relationship, this is a delicate situation.You don’t want to come off as demanding and pushy, but you don’t want anything happening behind your back either. Since I founded Great Boyfriends.com, I've become hyperaware; it's a HUGE problem. So yes, the poor bugger needs to be confronted, but not with one of those grim "I thought we were a couple" convos.
You've stumbled onto the most heinous secret of online dating. There are some questions that I want you to ask yourself before you decide whether or not you say anything to your boyfriend: Spend some time and figure out why you are in this relationship, what you want out of the relationship, and how you feel about this specific situation before you talk to your boyfriend.