But his profiles on the sites state that he was trying to connect with people for those reasons.
If we didn’t have children, I would have already filed for divorce.
There are other issues, too – the biggest one being that his mother controls way too much of his life (both of them have said that I have no say in the matter).
If it’s fine and friendly, there’s no harm in “liking” the guy or not.
This could be a nice closure to the fact that, sure, you dated, but now you’ve both moved on and are both OK with it. Chances are, if you’re seeing him online, he’s seeing you as well.
You don’t want to be the ex’s face who’s cut out in that photo where he looks really good. This can be a possible power play if you want to see him again.
If you cheated and you feel bad about it, dating sites aren’t the way to make it up to him.Some of those dating sites are notoriously hard to leave. And I think I still have a profiles floating around on e Harmony and Plenty of Fish. I'd been married for more than 2 years when I started getting notifications from OKCupid (I think that's the right site) that so-and-so had sent me a message. Point being - I would bring it up like this: "I got an email the other day from ___ dating site. In a world saturated by endless dating apps -- Tinder, Bumble, Coffee Meets Bagel, Hinge, JSwipe, Match.com, Plenty of Fish, Happn, e Harmony, Ok Cupid -- you’re bound to run into an ex online.Whether the relationship was short-lived or long-term, most people turn to dating sites to rebound or begin their next one.Start planning for an independent life, because it sure doesn’t sound like this one makes you happy.