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Our men can not only look at porn with the click of a mouse, they can also “social network” with women all over the world on all kinds of sites – even legit ones like myspace. The Internet may be relatively new, but the core problem and men’s creativity in doing what they feel compelled to do hasn’t changed.Here’s a letter from “Confused,” whose boyfriend is “perfect” except for one thing – he collects women on myspace.(One woman has worked so brilliantly, and taken herself so far, that I’ll refer you to her blog when she’s got it up and running – you’ll want to talk to her if this is a problem for you.)But let’s just say this – it all boils down to how YOU feel.If what your man is doing (and doing it in front of you is way better than doing it behind your back) bothers you, makes you feel bad in ANY way – we’re going to have to figure out how to help you stand by yourself – even if it means walking away from the man.Let’s start, in this post – with the thing that most stood out for me, Confused’s statement: “He is a guy in the end, so I guess guys need that outlet…”This is not true.Guys who CHOOSE to be in committed relationships do not “need” anything like this.I want to make this work, but I can’t ignore how bad his habit makes me feel. I will look for your response on your new blog, and appreciate your advice.
While most people who frequent online chatrooms are good people, there are some who are there to prey on or bully other people.
I agreed to move in with him, because we had a long commute to see each other and I had just sold my home. Now that I am living with him, l learned he likes to flirt with girls online, he was using myspace originally and when I told him it really bothered me that he had that account he took it off. His reaction was surprising: he cried and told me he did not want to lose me that I meant the world to him.