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From where he sat, he probably enjoyed dating you and hadn’t moved to a more serious stage yet. You were happy enough with him to want your relationship to be exclusive. Chances are he wanted to see where the relationship was going to go and got caught up in the game. If you’re sleeping together, he also might not want to give that up. Probably because you weren’t sure he wanted to be exclusive with you. You wanted to catch him and behind HIS back, logged on as a fake person to see if he’d take the bait. No guy wants to feel like his girlfriend is checking up on him, even if it’s innocent.
I’m not sure if you met on Tinder and if you took your profile down and he didn’t, but at two months, he probably wasn’t ready to be exclusive, or he would have said so.
When a man wants a woman to be his, he does what it takes to make her is girlfriend.
That includes taking down all dating profiles in good faith to see where the relationship will go. It would be one thing if someone in a relationship was on all of the time. Many people are finding love on social media, but Tinder is a dating (and even known as a hookup) app.
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He also swiped on your fake profile before you had the conversation.I understand that some guys and women too, like the validation they get when someone swipes right on their profiles. I also know that Tinder is like a game and people like to see who is out there and swipe right and never speak.The problem Nina is something’s off in your relationship. If you trusted him, you wouldn’t have created a fake profile after two months.The moment you think someone’s cheating or looking elsewhere is the moment you realize something isn’t right. If you’re in a relationship and someone is active on a dating app, guess what? I don’t care about the percentages, it’s wrong, period.Rather than seeing where your relationship would go over time, you tried to catch him, and you did. Having an active profile on Tinder when you’re in a relationship tells the world that you’re single and looking.
You know that a relationship is based on mutual trust. I can’t tell you to break up with someone if you think he’s your soulmate. So you can continue to be quiet and log onto your fake profile to see the exact moment he last logged on and make yourself sick in the process, or try to find someone who will think you’re amazing enough to ditch the dating apps to be in your arms. I can only hope that you take your fake profile down and never create another one to try to snoop on a guy you really like.