My boyfriend has a profile on a dating site

If you read the web, you will find a lot of older articles telling you what signs to look out for when it comes to infidelity.Shifty eyes, unknown perfume or cologne, buying of new clothes or some Sherlock Holmes lie test.By changing just a few details and maybe using somebody else’s photograph , or no photograph at all, make finding out the truth as to whether your partner is being unfaithful almost impossible.These are some of the suggestions we can across that have been posted on the internet to check if your partner has created a dating site profile and is meeting other people. First of all you have to know your partners password to gain assess to their computer, if you can find that out you may be able to get into their computer to check their browsing history.Trying to find a cheating partner like this would be like looking for a needle in a haystack….my advice, forget it, you have better thing to do with your life and time. Creating a false persona profile and submit it so that will be attractive to your cheating partner and trap them by letting them find you and contacting you.Apart from the fact that could stand accused of doing exactly what you suspect your partner of doing (joining a dating site to meet other people) if you were discovered, the likelihood of your partner falling into your trap and contacting you in among the hundreds of sites and thousands of profiles and asking you for a date is extremely unlikely. Install a computer monitoring program on their computer that records their computer usage and key strokes.But nothing serious, just too nosy : PBut they cannot see any of that information they can only see when you are online, whether you have looked at their profile and look at yours that's it.They cannot see the girls we contact or the girls that view our profiles so its funny they go on to check.

Once you are sure this is not the case, then should definitely put on your gloves and detective hat then start some digging around.

I read his profile; in it he indicates that he is "single." (He promises he will tell the woman he meets that he is not single "when and if the topic comes up.") I think it's wrong to meet people based on a lie. How can I convince him that this is a form of cheating and that it's disrespectful to me?

-- FRUSTRATED IN NEW YORK DEAR FRUSTRATED: If you can't see that your boyfriend is "fishing," then you are angling for trouble.

Since he has shown that he is willing to misrepresent himself to the women he meets on the Web site, what makes you think he would hesitate to lie to you? This one is setting you up for a whale of a heartbreak.

DEAR ABBY: A year ago, my stepdaughter got married and asked my daughter to be in her wedding.

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