Was on tonight and came across a new profile that had viewed mine, what caught my eye was the specs were the same as hers that I came across earlier, now coincidence yeah possible, but the comments in this profile are quotes she uses regularly everyone's got a few key catch phrases that define them not to mention the other profile likes the same books and has the same ethnicity it's not common , and age, height etc.. So it now looks like she's set up two profiles one with photo, one without and both active within a few hours of each other.
Now I don't want to read too much into this, she's obviously got some reason to set up two profiles on the same site. But I did block the 1st one and now the 2nd one but my guess not before she saw mine and may have cottoned on to that. Now I'm happy that she's dating that's great, well now I hope at least she is dating other people. But should I say something? I mean I'm not going to date her again, I've moved on. I saw my ex husband on one, he had a bunch of lies up about himself, I figure he's going to keep getting the same results in his life if he keeps the lying up.
I blocked him after I read the profile, it was good for a giggle.
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I've seen ex boyfriends on too, it seems like one followed me from on site to another, and changed his city of residence to show up in my search parameters even though I know he hasn't moved. But he has what I like to cal significant issues lied about his age, mental health stuff , so I blocked him too. Mostly though, you have to figure its like going to the grocery store in a small town after break up, you will eventually run into that person, its best to be distant, but civil.
Originally Posted by brainygirl. Originally Posted by Lemontang. Originally Posted by loverofloveandstuff. I was really surprised because I thought he had gotten back with his ex-girlfriend--there are pictures of them all over his Facebook, and his relationship status is removed--and yet he was advertising himself as single on OKCupid, and looking for "short and long-term dating". Hopefully his girl doesn't find out Originally Posted by stillafool. She was probably just curious as you were curious and looked at her profile.
No harm on either side that I see. For me, shortly after the breakup, I saw my ex's freshly reactivated account on the website we met on. I reactivated my dating profile on the website that we met on bc he told me to date other ppl. Two hrs after I reactivated, he reactivated his.
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I feel sick everytime I see him on it. Any advice would be greatly appreciated! We always seem to have an idea that the single life is so exciting and glamorous. But that is usually never the case.
New girl every night, happier then ever, tons of offer from hot girls ect. I have been single for quite awhile now. And I have more experience in this than I like to admit. His single life sucks! Thanks for the advice. My ex is active on the dating website. This hurts so bad.
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I immediately reactivated my dating profile the minute he told me that he wanted me to date other ppl and that there was no chance for us. I only did bc I thought it would be easier and quicker to move forward. I have no interest in anyone. Why does it have to hurt so bad?????
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Right after the break up my ex also did a lot of things that did not make any sense, and complete opposite of what she said. Without doing so, you may become anxious when you decide to pursue someone new.
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As time goes on, this could make you very closed off, making it difficult for anyone to get to know you enough to decide if they like you, making dating new people that much harder. Some people fill the void by getting a pet right away. Others will spend more time with friends or family. Feelings of loneliness are not caused by being alone.
Loneliness is caused by a lack of relationships that feel deep and meaningful.
Online dating sites can help you to meet a life-mate but this takes time. Therefore, loneliness will not be satisfied by short-term conversations with people online. Breakups hurt and people use all kinds of tactics to avoid pain, including falling into addictive behavior. Some drink, some smoke, some do drugs and some eat too much.
And after experiencing the pain of a breakup, some people naturally think they can ease that pain by dating somebody else.