Met "boyfriend" on dating site 2 months ago, a week after meeting we agreed we would delete our profiles, and stop talking to other people (which I did, and stopped talking to all the guys even blocking their #s). Things were OK with us, but I always had suspicions of him lying to me (his phone was constantly going off with texts, when he went back home I barely heard from him, couldnt friend me on Facebook but did change his status to in a relationship). He would constantly tell me he's falling for me, introduced me to his friends as his girlfriend, and even met my friends and fam. We talked everyday and saw each other 2-3 days week.
Yesterday I created a fake profile and decided to look at the old dating site we met on, just to see if he was there, cause a lot of signs were pointing to him lying. YEP! He's on there, with new pics from a week ago, and "ONLINE NOW" n his profile even reads "Been here 6 months. I hear guys here r jerks. I respect women. Looking for new friends, short term, long term dating"
I called him and asked him why he has the profile, that i created a fake profile today to check on him n he said "I only have it cause I keep getting messages so I check them" I said "But we agreed we wouldn't be on there anymore. I thought we were together?" Then he hung up on me. He then texted me "Why were u snooping on me? I never cheated on u. I only had the profile cause I didn't trust u. So u got mad cause I have a profile and u still have urs but ur mad. U opened a profile cause u didn't trust me and i didn't trust u either but i never cheated or f around u but I agree i should have shut it down but y would i shut it down if i felt like u were playing me! So we gonna end because i had a stupid profile up and i never lied or cheated on u have to be kidding me right! u really think i would try to play u after meeting ur family u sound dumb"
I can't believe this guy! I never gave any reason for him not to trust me. IM IGNORING THIS SNAKE! WHAT THE HELL?
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He sounds like the classic cheater. He wants to make you feel guilty for being crazy, unreasonable, or insecure. Redirecting the quilt onto the victim is the most basic way that people try to get out of trouble. He may even succeed at convincing himself he is the real victim, when clearly you are.1