Of course, that's where my mind went first: Was my live-in boyfriend of five-plus years maintaining a double life filled with Internet honeys?

But how would that work -- he doesn't even know how to send an instant message.

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Many relationships breakup at the three-month point, as some people only like the beginning stages of a relationship and don’t want to get serious. He might have told you what you wanted to hear, but he didn’t come out and ask you first to be in a committed relationship, although he said he wasn’t seeing anyone else. You also don’t know if this morning when he said he loved how he felt with you, that he had swiped for the last time and was ready to delete his Tinder account, right? There’s a saying, “Seek and ye shall find.” Why did you create a fake Tinder profile to try to catch him? You felt insecure about your relationship status early on and didn’t trust him.

From where he sat, he probably enjoyed dating you and hadn’t moved to a more serious stage yet. You were happy enough with him to want your relationship to be exclusive. Chances are he wanted to see where the relationship was going to go and got caught up in the game. If you’re sleeping together, he also might not want to give that up. Probably because you weren’t sure he wanted to be exclusive with you. You wanted to catch him and behind HIS back, logged on as a fake person to see if he’d take the bait. No guy wants to feel like his girlfriend is checking up on him, even if it’s innocent.

Within a few moments, though, it dawned on me what I was looking at.

In 2009, a photographer friend, Jenny, had snapped some photos of us around the house for her portfolio.

All the way on the left, in the second row, was mine.

A small logo gave the name of the matchmaking service being advertised: How About We.Don't get me wrong: In your shoes, I would be upset, but I think it's possible you can get through this.Here's how I think you should do it…First of all, I think you're right to not have this conversation over the phone.By Reyhan Harmanci (Click here for original article.) Last June, my morning routine was interrupted by a series of texts from a friend, showing a pair of screen shots that were at first incomprehensible.In one, under the headline "Better Singles, Better Dates," my boyfriend Patrick's smiling face hovered in the bottom row of a Brady Bunch-style grid of other men, as if it had been ripped from a personal account. " my friend wrote, "Since when are you guys online dating? "Patrick," I yelped, "look at this." As we huddled over the phone, another image popped up -- another grid of faces, but this time all women.I’m not sure if you met on Tinder and if you took your profile down and he didn’t, but at two months, he probably wasn’t ready to be exclusive, or he would have said so.