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Also, I dated a guy for a time who almost seems to be addicted. Barb Dear Barb, There are two things going on in your question, and I want to address them separately: First, let’s dispel the notion that there’s something wrong with someone who’s a) on two years after he signed up, and b) signed up for multiple dating sites. The only way you’d know if the same guy was on two years later is if YOU were on the site two years later.The only way you’d know that he’s also on e Harmony is if you’re ALSO on e Harmony.Unless that's your usual (lame) way of acting, you're being anything but subtle.I just don't get it, we hardly ever fight and I try to give him space when I sense he needs it and we just get along Here are 17 warning signs that you're addicted to the thrill of the digital chase. When filling out the "hobbies and interests" part of your online dating profile, you can't think of anything to write. We spend every single weekend together and love each other.

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Well about a year into our relationship I was using his computer and I accidently (my ass) hit the history button and saw all the websites he had been going to. ) and he would never contact any of those girls and he would NEVER cheat on me. The day before yesterday he was using my computer and he left his email open. 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. 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. I lost weight, paid attention, went out with him more, wore silk nighties...Then, in 2008, I was diagnosed with breast cancer and my world was rocked in a different way - 12 months of surgery, chemo, radiotherapy and hair loss. I discovered more online dating and confronted him.

Well about a year into our relationship I was using his computer and I accidently (my ass) hit the history button and saw all the websites he had been going to. ) and he would never contact any of those girls and he would NEVER cheat on me. The day before yesterday he was using my computer and he left his email open.

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.

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.

I lost weight, paid attention, went out with him more, wore silk nighties...

Then, in 2008, I was diagnosed with breast cancer and my world was rocked in a different way - 12 months of surgery, chemo, radiotherapy and hair loss. I discovered more online dating and confronted him.

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.