Find out my thoughts on the ability to “check up on” on your partner by clicking here: If you’re serious about finding love and want to learn my insights into the tricky world of online dating, check out my CD set Finding the One Online to change your life forever!I haven’t, but I don’t harshly judge people that have because I understand why they would.If it’s a free site, I’d suggest sending an email about mundane things: “Hey, did you want to watch that movie tonight?” If it’s not a free site, wink at him or use whatever free communication the site offers.It may not mean he’s cheating but I do think it means he’s not taking the relationship as seriously as he should be. This doesn’t mean that he’s going to cheat on you or break up immediately but it can’t be seen as a good thing.
But my point is, ignoring the issue will only make it worse. After a period, due to this ignorance, he may get the courage to bring this cheating out of the cyber world into real world. I think it is a GREAT idea to post your photo with the exact same profile as he has done on POF and see how he responds. Eventually one day I took out my photo album where there were many pictures of old boyfriends and casually flipped through it. If he comes off all defensive and accuses you of invading his privacy, you will know what kind if man you have on your hands - one who is not fully appreciative of you. You are the first prize, not the consolation prize. It's bringing me down and making me feel like there is something wrong with me, makes me feel super insecure.The point is to get him to recognize that you have a profile as well and hopefully this will help him realize that it doesn’t feel good when the person you’re dating is putting themselves out there in a singles community.