Dating or relationship dilemma
I’ve been dating a guy I met online for almost six months, but he won’t delete his online dating profile.Strippers at hen and stag dos are controversial - whilst some people see them as a harmless bit of fun, others consider them completely unacceptable. And then lied about it.” She also added that her fiancé didn’t know about the stripper beforehand and it was arranged by the best man: “I asked him [the groom] when he got back if he had anything to tell me, did anything go on that I wouldn't be happy about (almost jokingly as I really didn't think they would be so immature and disrespectful of my feelings) and he reassured me there wasn't,” she explained.
We tell them they need to step up or step out; we put some rather unrealistic expectations on their shoulders.I’m not saying the guys are totally blameless here but I do think it’s time to cut them some slack. And it seems like we’ve been stepping on each other’s toes a lot and no one is having fun dancing anymore. I too have received ambiguous texts and gone on confusing friend/hang out/coffee dates. Girls, it’s time we stack hands and change some things: It’s time to own up.If we are expecting guys to own up to their side of this apparently sad story, then it’s only fair for the girls to do the same. It’s time for both of us to cross the street and meet in the middle.Every now and then, you come across the online dating profile of someone you know, but when that someone you know happens to be someone you’re supposed to be in a relationship with, you can’t help but start questioning the validity of that relationship.It’s a dilemma that’s more common than you think when online dating turns into an offline relationship.