It pisses me off that he would use that picture to pick up other girls. When you meet someone online and you start spending more and more time together, the last thing you’re thinking about is your online dating profile, let alone updating or deleting it.He doesn't have any clue that I saw his email and I have been acting all sweet with him and asking if he loves me and is he really into our relationship, if he is bored.You can quit patting yourself on the back, Miss Detective.Of course he went off and said I had no right to be snooping. I know I should have not done it, but I looked in it really not expecting anything. I saw that he had registered on on a night that we had an argument. I looked him up on that site and it said once again that he was looking for "something casual, with no strings attached."Fool me once, shame on you. While I was livid I registered on the website with a fake profile that I knew would interest him, since I know what he likes.I (as my fake profile) actually even sent him a note today that I was interested in him.Every now and then, you come across the online dating profile of someone you know, but when that someone you know happens to be someone you’re supposed to be in a relationship with, you can’t help but start questioning the validity of that relationship.
We both care really care about each other and want to stay in each other’s life.The issue now is figuring out how and in what capacity.The toughest part about being in a relationship is knowing when to call it quits, especially when it’s not something you really want.Most of the time, you ignore them because you’ve been seeing this new romantic interest pretty regularly.Other times, you get hit with a case of FOMO, or fear of missing out, and you take a gander at all the men or women you could be dating instead.