My boyfriend is on online dating sites
He has said he will delete his profile, and unsubscribe, and I could even read all his emails on his account if I wanted before he deletes them. If so, that means there was a lack of trust even before you discovered your boyfriend was discussing his sexual history over email with some random woman he met on a sex site he’s a member of. And you’re wondering — what — if you should stay with him or something? Not unless you want to continually worry that your boyfriend is cheating on you or meeting women behind your back. He has “trouble expressing his feelings.” He joined a sex site while he was in a committed relationship to “escape” the problems he was having with his girlfriend (what’s he going to do when he has problems with YOU? And he told you he’s “trying to find out how to delete his profile” on the sex site he belongs to? Did he put a message in a bottle and throw it in the ocean and hope someone from customer service receives it?
He said he will work really hard to earn my trust and that he never planned on meeting up with the girls, which I do believe, as he has been cheated on in the past. — Found His Sex Site Something’s rotten in Denmark, that’s what I think. I’ll repeat that last part again: your boyfriend has been trading sex stories with some random woman he met on a sex site he’s a member of. Take your blinders off and see what’s going on here. He may be into you; he may WANT to be a good and decent boyfriend.
I have tried: I have asked her, looked into hiring a private investigator, keylogger tricks to gain access to her email, made up fake social media account to search for her specifically, made fake online dating profiles, scrolled through all of her Facebook pics and looked at all comments and likes of every pic.
I have been at it for about a year now with no luck.
I have found messages between him and a woman — not really like explicit things, and only about 10 short messages altogether, just talking about sexual things they’ve done, but not in much detail really.
These messages were recent, but I didn’t find any others apart from that, though I did find messages from other women, which he ignored.
She was wrong to cheat on you, and it will take some time to rebuild trust.
Just don't go overboard trying to still prove she is cheating.
However, this site might be just as good as using Google to find out information about him.
If you input his name into the Google search engine you should be able to see what social media belongs to on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
It seems you already have your answer that something untoward is happening.Tags: Adult Dating, affair dating, sex dating