And yes I think its cheating- just not in the traditional way. Some people think that if you didn't have sex, you didn't cheat. ANSWER THIS QUESTION said: an online dating is for those who are looking for a date obvoiusly, but if you already have a partner why you would still join the site right? I have read all of the responses and I disagree with all of them.
because you are the benefactor of his use of those websites.
and IF it is because of those websites that YOU have a great sexlife with him...
Until he actually does, if he ever does, which I doubt that he will, back off and let him be.
Published on September 21, 2009 by xoxo717 i have been with a man for a year been living together for six months he gets e mail from on line dating sites girls "offering" their all..say he has been on those sites for a long time i think he should cancel and bow out of those "match maker hot date" sites said: If you live together, it's serious.
He should delete his profiles, as he's still technically casting his net.
I wouldn't say it's cheating, but it's pretty disrespectful to you.
After all, he's leading those other girls on, which is pretty wrong, too!
If he can't remember passwords to delete the profiles, he should at least set the emails to the junk or bin folders on his account.
ANSWER THIS QUESTION said: Out of respect for you, he should delete ALL accounts of that sort.
Of course, this discussion should have been talked about before you both moved in together. I can tell you from experience, I deleted all my accounts after committing to a relationship, but one of them wouldn't let me delete it.
I tried it several times and several different times, but it wouldn't let go of me. There's always the ultimatum move, you only have to be ready to accept the consequences if you use that card. ANSWER THIS QUESTION said: I agree with the other responses you've received. He has a right to decline your request, at which time you should really evaluate how far you want to go with this relationship.