The websites were oriented more towards sex than dating.
He had a profile, with inappropriate pictures of his goods.
He also had a Skype account associated with it.
I found the information on his phone, which had a browser history going back to mid-April.
At first he lied to me, saying that he got the profile before we were together. However when I told him everything, he deleted the profile he had for the site along with another profile he had for another site (which I was unaware of). He also says he deleted the Skype account.
Checking his history, I saw that he did in fact do these things. However I still don't know what to do with him. I feel like he cheated on me by being on these sites. I'm pretty sure he had camsex with plenty of girls.
He mentioned that he didn't have sexual intercourse with them, per sé, but at this point I don't know if he is telling me the truth.
I feel hurt by this discovery and I do not know what to do, honestly.
He and I have shared a long history together. We have dated as teenagers, however we had to separate as I moved to another continent. We would continue to communicate occasionally, and when I moved back we became fuck buddies. And then we became friends, and then we started to date. A year after I moved back, we became a couple and we moved in together.
He was my best friend, someone who would be there for me whether I was sad or happy. We could talk about anything under the sun. We had dreams together. We talked about one day having a house with three kids.
Two days prior to the discovery, I woke up feeling upset. He had to be at school earlier than I did, however he still took the time to wipe my tears away with a tissue. He wouldn't go until' I was feeling better, even though I basically tried to shoo him away. I think I've made him 15 minutes late.
I'm so fucking confused, and I have no idea what to do. I'm currently staying at my uncle's place to have some space from him.
Most Helpful Guy
The definition of cheating varies from person to person and should be clarified early on. Like I know of married people in open marriages but then there's other more exclusive couples where cheating goes on but the cheater forgives him/herself mentally by thinking silly things like "well... he didn't penetrate me so it wasn't really sex..."
Nowadays, it's way too easy to do things online. If you feel like you've been wronged, it's really your choice where you go with it. Some girls are ok with their boyfriends watching p*rn and others feel "well... am I not good enough?"1THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
Most Helpful Girl
He probably created those account when you weren't together and decided not to delete them when you guys were together. He didn't physically cheated on your but...it's not that far from it. He forgot what were the boundaries of your relationship, you definitely have to define them. Most people who are exclusive, also include online things with people. He might have considered it wasn't really different from porn...you really need to have an explanation with him. The question you have to ask you self is can you trust him again? If you always worry he'll do something again, don't trust him in the future...it would be a big problem for your relationship.0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
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