My boyfriend is still on a dating site
BUT it could also be a email notification of communication from someone on the site. He may have deleted the profile now that it's an issue. If he has nothing to hide he should have no problem showing you. In the meantime, I suggest learning to love yourself, and then, figuring out if he's The One.Once you've worked through both of these processes, you'll have a better idea a to what you have to let go of within yourself, so that you can honestly trust your partner (and in turn, yourself), to never have to question his fidelity or honesty again.I just block them, try to use fake numbers if I have to when signing up for things that "require" a number, and leave it at that.If it becomes an ongoing issue, I'd likely call my local authorities to see what I could do on a more formal level.
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From what I can understand, the two of them share a cell phone, and she's getting text messages from an adult dating site, asking her to join, sign up, or visit.
I'm answering the question with this assumption in mind, although, I'll cover the other possibility at the end of this post.
You meet someone awesome; start dating, and then suddenly you realize they still have an active online dating profile.
And sometimes it’s not from snooping or being devious; sometimes it just happens. Here are a few examples of how/when it can happen and how to handle it like a rational human being.