By chance: You were on his laptop and happened to see that a dating site was on his “most visited” list.
In conversation: Perhaps at this stage in your relationship you’ve begun talking about exclusivity and the direction of the relationship and your S. casually reveals he hasn’t stopped looking at other people’s profiles. It’s not taboo to research the person you’re dating – even after you initially scoped them out.
Everything seemed good, except he was back on the dating site.
So, here are a few tips for a successful conversation: You need to bring up the topic somehow. If you went onto his laptop to snoop around and came across an active profile, be honest about it. Set the tone for honesty and you’ll have a respectful conversation.
Assuming you’re still in the early stages of your relationship, this is a delicate situation.
You don’t want to come off as demanding and pushy, but you don’t want anything happening behind your back either.
Avoid demanding he takes down his profile, as making demands can make someone defensive.
Recently, I found out that he had downloaded apps on his phone (Tinder and How About We) sometime after I moved away.
I assure you I didn't find out in a dishonorable way; it was purely an accident that I wish I could forget.I'm scared to argue over the phone about this so I investigated my leads and found his profile to be deactivated but that still doesn't necessarily demonstrate his intentions on those sites.I'll be seeing him in less than a week for the first time in months to celebrate our four-year anniversary, and I don't know what to do and how I should address it assuming I even mention it.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.But by far, thier phone is the number one thing to look out for and if you can relate to even two of the items in the list above then you are on the right site.