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CastiarParticipantMay 21, 2018 at 9:34 pm #174836
I’m currently talking to a woman online, we have been talking for several months and I honestly like her. I was going to make it official, until she dropped the fact she was Bisexual, a monogamous one. The news threw me off. I felt lied to, and blindsided by this new knowledge. Of course along with many other emotions, which causes me to be conflicted. With respect to Bisexuality, and Homosexuality I personally don’t agree with it, but acknowledge people are in those relationships, I respect there decisions as long as it isn’t hurting others. I digress, I was open and honest about my preferences, but she lied on her profile. I like this woman a lot, I’ve acknowledged her bisexuality, but can’t seem to accept it, due to me not agreeing with bisexuality in general. I feel real bad, that I should end it. I know she was hurt by it, but I feel hurt that she lied to me, and blindsided me. It’s just we invested time, effort, emotions and feelings in each other.
DanaBrewerParticipantMay 23, 2018 at 12:58 am #174971
Hey, this is really sad to know, but you are right at your place she should have said the truth and not cheated on you.
Babayaga80ParticipantJune 1, 2018 at 8:50 am #175684
They say its the hardest to go against the flow, There’s one thing in life is to not compromise your own values as if you do that what boundaries will you have? Being in love is bittersweet at times, but i have to believe that somewhere in this if you choose to move on that as one door closes another will open. Good luck
TheGuyParticipantJune 3, 2018 at 3:01 am #175976
so she attracted a bit to the female side, she monogamous from what I read that mean she wont cheat on you, which is what you want, to me that what is important, your ok if she fancies other other guys but is monogamous, you not ok if she bi but is monogamous…..
ridiculous, it in most of the movies right now and Hollywood is pushing for this, you cannot expect her to live out of the times, bi for men and women is in hip, if you can’t understand or accept it then there is a problem with you.
dashingscorpioParticipantAugust 15, 2018 at 9:55 am #181645
“I was going to make it official”
First of all you were never in a relationship!
You weren’t dating. This is nothing more than a friendship.
The sad thing for many people who meet online is they become emotionally invested too soon.
It’s also not uncommon for people to lie on their profiles about age, height, weight, income, education, or a variety of things.
Everyone wants to put their “best foot” forward in order to increase their odds of getting “chosen” or being considered.
It’s also human nature for people not to reveal things right away which may jeopardize a new friendship.
She told you about her bisexuality because (she felt safe) to do so without any judgement.
It’s also possible she saw you as “platonic friend” and not as a potential mate.
It takes (time) to truly get to know someone. There’s also no substitute for being together in person.
Each of us also is responsible for having our own mate selection/screening process and “must haves list”.
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