When you meet someone online and you start spending more and more time together, the last thing you’re thinking about is your online dating profile, let alone updating or deleting it.
After all, you don’t want to jinx the relationship before it even has a chance to start.
All minds operate in a certain way because of our instincts. But here is the problem; If you want to keep him you should not confront him.
Getting him to confess his sins and change his ways is the wrong approach. We get emails all the time through our free question portal from women who confronted their husbands.
"My boyfriend and I had been living together for a year until I moved out four months ago for graduate school.
When a man wants a woman to be his, he does what it takes to make her is girlfriend.
I'm scared this might be the end of our perfect love."Oof. I should point out that our friends at How About We do have services for couples, not just singles…but I can't really explain away Tinder, so I think you're right to be concerned.
That said, I don't necessarily think this spells certain doom for your relationship.
When you discover your husband using online dating sites, you will automatically imagine the worst, that he is following through and is probably meeting other women. That is probably not happening, and it is not too late for your marriage, even if it is. Reactions, as you recall from biology, are instinctive responses with one purpose: to save your life.
Before you read more, I want you to ask yourself a question. Now, in our program, which many women have used to recover their marriage, we include an amazing technique to help called the SEW, and anyone who tells you that all you have to do is this, or that, and everything will be fine is asking too much.