I have found messages between him and a woman — not really like explicit things, and only about 10 short messages altogether, just talking about sexual things they’ve done, but not in much detail really.
These messages were recent, but I didn’t find any others apart from that, though I did find messages from other women, which he ignored.
He said since he found out that he was still on the site he has been trying to find out how to delete his profile.
He is usually honest with me but finds it hard to express his feelings at times.
I believe him when he says he signed up for the site when he was with his ex, but I’m unsure about why he decided to keep his profile and started talking to this girl in the past few days.
I recently found out he was a member of some sort of sex/dating site thing.
I looked at his profile and was not happy with what I read on it — things like he loved going out drinking then going home for ‘fun in the bedroom’ and stuff like that. He was honest about it and told me that he signed up for the site when he was with his previous partner (their relationship was really bad for ages, mainly because of her, and he only stayed with her as long as her did because he was in love with her and thought things would get better).
However, if he is using a fake name, you may not be able to see any information about what social media he belongs to, unless, by chance, you happen to know what his social media alias is.
Try Social Catfish and Google Search using the email.He said he signed up because it was a way of escaping reality and her.He told me he hasn’t changed his profile on it and completly forgot about the site while he was with me until recently when he got an email saying someone wanted to talk to him on it.Other than stealing her phone for the day, how can I see what she is really doing when I'm not around?Your article doesn't really apply to catching a cheater.It seems you already have your answer that something untoward is happening.