When she comes across your online dating ad
Most people nowadays have online dating ads or profiles. With many people turning to the internet to find love, this isn’t so surprising. So what do you do when you bump into your boyfriend's or girlfriend's online dating ad?
There was this guy that met his woman. Initially, he had an online dating ad that he was using previously… but not when he was with this lady. The other day, the woman came across his ad on his computer browser and went ballistic. This guy tried to apologize to this lady but it seems that this incident made her interest levels in this guy go down. Eventually, this lady dumped this guy.
Was she being realistic by getting annoyed and even dumping this guy just because he had some online dating ad before they met? I think most people see having an online dating ad as cheating especially when you are in a committed relationship with someone. It’s kind of like someone is covering their bases just in case something goes wrong with your current relationship.
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But most people don’t remember to delete or remove their online dating profiles and ads once they find love. They just become dormant. So, is it bad to maintain an online dating profile when you finally find love? Is this some form of cheating?
Should you remove your online dating ad when you finally meet a woman or man you love?
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