Boyfriend is addicted to online dating sites

20 Feb

I was too poorly, too dependent on him to challenge this and chose to believe him.Some 18 months on, I've discovered him online dating again. He's undermined our marriage once more, but denies this is infidelity as he's 'just looking' and doesn't do anything!Today, nine million Britons will log on to look for love.But is this a trend that could change the very nature of romance and turn long-term commitment into a thing of the past? There is striking evidence to suggest that the web is causing social change. Change your picture to one that is four times as gorgeous as you normally look (this could require major hair and makeup, but so what? Then send him a saucy note about how you, like, rilly love his profile and think he's "hott! " Attach his favorite photo of the two of you, but Photoshop him out of it. Then when you see him in person, ask him to take down his profiles. S.: If he wants to log on to something, tell him to sell stuff on e Bay, watch his stocks, or check out his horoscope at I'm 51, I work full time and have been married for 30 years, with two grown-up children - one of them still living at home.

Three years ago, at 50, he had a classic midlife crisis (his words): new 'boy band' hairdo, jive lessons ( without me), going to the gym, trendy clothes, a second mobile - and online dating.

He wrote that he “loves the beach” and “being outdoors.” I’m a surfer and a beach person — the two years that we were together, he went to the beach with me ONCE and complained the whole time.

We lived next door to our city’s version of Central Park, and he never went walking or hiking there with me. Message me.” You send out so many, that just by the law of averages, you’re bound to get some replies. You could even make plans for a lunch, an afternoon coffee, dinner and late night drinks, with four different people, all in one day.

Their dream of being forever in love with a fated soul mate is inexplicably foiled by reasons that never quite make sense to them.

Love addicts rarely make it past the 30-day mark in any new relationship.