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Search Search Close. Got it. Your browser history can be monitored without your knowledge and it can never be wiped completely. Think your internet use might be monitored?
Call us at 1. Learn more about staying safe online and remember to clear your history after visiting this website. All it takes is a simple swipe right, and you could be matched instantly! Were you yourself swiping for new matches when you came across their profile? Did you set up a fake profile to catfish your partner as a way to catch them in the act? If you used unhealthy methods such as these to catch your partner on these apps, be prepared to own up to and address your own behavior when confronting your partner.
Regardless of how you found out, learning that your partner is potentially looking for someone else can really sting! If you make this discovery, it can help to have a chat with your partner about what the boundaries of the relationship are or should be. Do you two want to casually date and still be able to meet other people?
Or do you want a more committed and monogamous relationship? If you have both already agreed to be in an exclusive relationship, you may see looking for a new partner as a clear violation of those boundaries. It is definitely okay to respectfully bring up your discovery, address your concerns with your partner and revisit what you both want your relationship to look like moving forward.
These kinds of conversations can be difficult and even daunting sometimes, but they can really help both partners understand what the other is wanting from the relationship. In fact, handling disagreements in a healthy way might actually bring you and your partner closer.
If your partner admits to being on these apps, it is okay to share your concerns around that and ask them to delete their profile s. When we decide to trust our partner, we choose to have faith that they are honoring the boundaries of our relationship—even if they have broken them in the past.
We're here to help! To browse this site safely, be sure to regularly clear your browser history. He up! Ask yourself how you see your relationship moving forward from this discovery.
Deciding to trust someone is a choice only you can make. Should we share passwords? How to create boundaries in romantic relationships.
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