Everything between him and I has been good until 2010. But why do you feel the need to do that when you have me at home whose willing to give you everything you need and want?
I was pregnant and he had to go overseas…we weren’t together at the time but you know I felt as though I had some kind of obligation to him because I was pregnant. Welp…its a new year and I’m pregnant again…and yep he signed up again.
My opinion is YES, reason being If you're in committed relationship, then why the hell you be looking for someone else?
And then lie on top of it when confronted about it. All I ask is BE HONEST, OWN YOUR DIRT, & STOP PASSING BLAME/MAKING EXCUSES.
“It’s worrisome that you can do this with so many services, not just Tinder.I’m one of your twitter followers and I’ve debated about this issue for awhile now…I read your advice posts on your website and they are so helpful so here I am.My husband and I have been together what will be 6 years in March..we’ve been married 5 months now. Well he started back up joining those sites again and yes once again I flipped.said he doesn’t know why he’s doing it.these you have to pay and I know he hasn’t obtained a membership…I guess its a curiosity thing?Now a newly launched Web site may provide Tinder with its latest existential crisis.A new site, Swipe Buster, allows people to see for themselves whether their significant other (or boss, or friend, or ex-flame, or parent) is active on the app. and database are public, making it easily accessible and sortable for anyone with a certain understanding of computer code.For a fee, users can input into a search field the first name, age, and location of anyone whom they want to check up on. It is common among technology companies to have open A. I.s, so other companies can build ancillary products around their core experience.) Then the site displays the users who fit those criteria, allowing users to see their photos, when they logged on, and whether they are seeking out men or women.