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11 years of jokes just made me tired and very vulnerable. First of all, hearing how your husband treated you makes me very sad for you. I could write an entire blog about how men and women have the tendency to repeat the patterns of their parents—some realizing it and some not, some willing to get the help they need to be different than their parent’s bad behavior, and some swearing they’ll never act that way and then do.
Since then he started to see a therapist (before he said he wouldn’t ever see one) to help him change for better. There is nothing that bothers me more than married people who go on dating sites. Some lie and say they are single, and then they begin a relationship with an innocent person who ends up falling in love and then finding out the person is married.
So, the question becomes, will he be this same person in 2 years from now? I truly understand that feeling unhappy and trapped in a marriage can lead to vulnerability and looking for happiness through cheating.
I don’t approve or disapprove because every situation is different and I’m not there.
If you dare to confront him it could blow up in your face.
Just tell him that someone told you he’s on Tinder and you are not pleased with that, but before you do that, screen-shoot his profile just in case he tries to deny it. It could be an impostor, or perhaps your single friend wants to kill your marriage. There could be a very simple explanation for your friend’s findings – for example, she may have stumbled upon an old account. If you do join the social dating platform you will place yourself in a position where you will also have to explain why you have an account on a dating site.
And because it's public, we can leverage the immense power of internet search to tie it all-- and each other-- together.
In comparison, adding content to a private, walled garden on the internet smacks of the old-world America Online ideology: While at Sony in 1994, I was sent to Virginia to learn how to build a Sony "app" on AOL (the #3 online service, behind Compuserve & Prodigy at the time) using AOL's proprietary "rainman" platform. The lesson I take from this is that no matter how wonderful your walled garden is, it can't compete with the public, open internet.
Just continue loving your husband, don’t be distracted. Also, maybe he created the account before you met him and married him. You could sail through this situation or it could scar your relationship and become the beginning of the end.
I advise that you bring it up on a light note by telling him that one of your friends came across his account and you brushed it off by stating that it must be an old account, because why would a happily married man be on Tinder?
The point is for you to wait for his response and most importantly, to keenly observe his reaction.
Based on the two you will have a better idea of your husband’s feelings about your relationship.
I am a 30-year-old single mum of a two-year-old girl.
Eventually, someone will come along and turn Facebook inside-out, so that instead of custom applications running on a platform in a walled garden, applications run on the internet, out in the open, and people can tie their social network into it if they want, with privacy controls, access levels, and alter-egos galore.