I don’t really want to press the issue, because I feel it’s so small and it makes me feel ridiculous.
I assume this is just one of the small signs he is unwilling to truly commit, but I’m not sure if he’d be open to meeting people online either.
I know the common sense answer is that if I’m so unsure of the relationship, then I should reevaluate it for my own sake.
What do you believe it generally means when a man is always “single” in the online world? I don’t know how long your relationship has been long-distance.
Wouldn’t this be indicative of a possible tendency for cheating now or later? Thank you 🙂 –Jennifer Dear Jennifer, I don’t think your question is silly at all. I don’t know if either of you are good relationship material.
I feel it is just as easy to say “in a relationship” or nothing at all, instead of always putting he’s single.
I have casually asked him about it, and he either makes a joke, or acts awkward.
I happened across your site, and found it very interesting. I’ve been dating my boyfriend for over three years.It is a long-distance relationship at the moment, and I’m not sure where it’s going to go.I know you may not have time to get to my question. In fact, it’s a highly relevant question for dating in the digital age, when there’s nothing resembling a rule book to follow. I don’t know that every website even has an option for “in a relationship” as opposed to single/married, in which case he doesn’t have too many options.I only know one thing: If your boyfriend is aware of your feelings and ignoring them, he’s being selfish. We list interests/hobbies that we think make us sound appealing.I know this is a petty thing, but it has always bothered me that he has put he is “male and single” on most of his internet sites.These are not even dating sites, that’s the puzzling thing, but for example “Flixster” the photo sharing site, and other smaller ones.