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Now to keep that in perspective, I also say it’s in your best interest to do and be everything you can in order to make the kind of men you desire to really to commit to you. When both people really want a great relationship, the relationship feels effortless.
That is not to say that no effort goes into the relationship – my statement is that the work that the relationship takes doesn’t feel like effort… a meaningful contribution to something worthy, fulfilling and great.
So this may or may not be a situation you need to say NO to…
It is possible that when you talk to him, you’ll gain insight into his position.
You’re just seeing what he’s doing online and that information is freely available to the world.
But since the beginning of time, men and women have had to learn to trust one another in their relationship.I would think things like, “Well, things seem good, but what if she’s doing something behind my back and playing me for a fool, etc.etc.” This type of thing has a lot more to do with our own personal insecurities and not so much with what the other person is or isn’t doing.I am asking because I don’t know if this agreement is assumed on your part or if he explicitly said, “Yes, you and I are exclusive…” or, better yet, “I want to be exclusive with you.” I’ll explain why I bring that up in a moment, but at any rate I agree with you that checking his dating profile seems out of step with having an exclusive relationship with you…
I also wouldn’t even classify this as snooping, per se. You didn’t somehow break into and read his emails or texts.
At this moment, you are reading into the situation negatively, assuming that he has bad motives or could be playing you.