-- Anonymous True, even resting your cursor on an email can convert it to "read," depending on your email settings -- and dating sites are notoriously persistent emailers.
I used his computer to look up a recipe since it was on the kitchen table, and I saw that he still receives emails from the site recommending matches -- and he reads them! -- Online You are not "wrong" -- or "right" -- to be weirded out by this.
I don't believe he is actively using the site, and I know he's not cheating on me. It's a feeling based on a fact, and so denying or correcting yourself would be an early step in ignoring information just because it's negative. What matters now, and where "right" and "wrong" are valid, is what you do with the information.
What's the best thing to do since I can't admit to the way I found out.
I've been dating my wonderful boyfriend for almost two and a half years. I recently discovered that he (unlike me) has kept his online profile this entire time.
Hi Norma2, welcome to the forum, watch the dates...years ago was the posting date of this forum. If you are telling anyone it is normal to have a cyber anything, I think you need to PM me to cleanse your own relationship and tell me what you are on this site for and why you are okay'ing a man cheating. I think the guy is a real **** for posting on POF and trolling for - whatever while he is involved in a relationship with you. But I would definitely use this as a jumping off point for discussion with your boyfriend. But I would definitely give him a taste of his own medicine and do not be afraid. If not, dump him if he shows you that he really does not appreciate you. I seriously think this is an addiction and some type of emotional issue. At this point I've truly had enough and am ready to move on.