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 BelleAtlantic
Joined: 11/7/2012
Msg: 320
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Lookinginchas is cheating on me, his wife. His three children are devasted. I am devastated. I cannot figure out the password, would some help me. we have grandchildren. Please help. I am having panic attacks and depression over this.


I know this is not exactly going to be the nicest thing to hear, but cheating is not a new phenomenon. Some people cheat and some don't. So now that you know, do you still want to be with him or not?

Why are the children devastated? why do they even know about it?

p.s. it is against the rules to use someone's username in an accusation
 Scaretale
Joined: 1/9/2016
Msg: 321
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Posted: 4/28/2016 12:33:38 PM
I know this is an old thread, but I guess I'm in the minority here. I agree with the girl.

First, I would hide my profile while I was dating a girl. It's too tempting to look at other profiles from people who message you. A healthy relationship means giving someone your full attention - not entertaining other potential partners.

Once she became my girlfriend, I would delete any online dating profiles all together.

And IF she wanted to go into my account with my password to check up on me...I would 100% give it to her and say "knock yourself out." Because I'm not hiding anything. That's what committed couples do. No secrets. You want to look at my texting history? Go right ahead.

When you're in a mature honest and healthy relationship...stuff like this isn't even an issue. They don't care to ask, and I don't care to hide. And vice versa.

That's just me.
 flman2015
Joined: 10/3/2015
Msg: 322
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Posted: 4/28/2016 12:39:20 PM


Lookinginchas is cheating on me, his wife.


Interesting... you're his wife yet your profile says you're single. I guess that makes you a single wife. Another pof forum's first.



I am having panic attacks and depression over this.


Your profile suggests you're only getting sex once a year... that would explain it. Don't panic, just make sure you're available on Mondays and your depression will be over soon.
 Maleman999
Joined: 2/14/2010
Msg: 323
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Posted: 4/28/2016 3:51:46 PM

And IF she wanted to go into my account with my password to check up on me...I would 100% give it to her and say "knock yourself out."

So how exactly does that stop someone from deleting a profile and open another one under a different name and password, or being on a different dating site? Would you ask her for the same information to check and make sure she doesn't have an active profile floating around? Would it be a problem if she was to go on the dating site every day to check it to see if you put up another profile, during the entire relationship with her? Or would you expect, at some point, there would be trust, where you would expect her not to feel a need to be constantly snooping and looking for dirt?
 norwegianguy456
Joined: 6/11/2015
Msg: 324
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Posted: 4/29/2016 1:52:23 PM

I cannot figure out the password, would some help me.

WTH? How would anyone Here know his password better than you and his family members? :) And, as pointed out, you put Single and are looking for dating. He has Divorced. Are you sure your post wasn't a past-due one years later? (better late than never?)

Don't panic, just make sure you're available on Mondays and your depression will be over soon.

And every other Tuesday from 6-8! I think that's probably they had issues... Never give up those Tuesdays at 6-8. Never! ;)

And IF she wanted to go into my account with my password to check up on me...I would 100% give it to her and say "knock yourself out." Because I'm not hiding anything.

I agree. Trust goes both ways. If someone says "Why do you need my password? What? You don't trust me?" -- the SO can easily say "Why won't you let me log into your Dating site account? What? You don't trust me?" The burden is on the one who keeps the active dating site account (profile hidden or not).
 ndm147
Joined: 8/1/2013
Msg: 325
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Posted: 4/29/2016 7:50:13 PM
After my late husband died we (adult children and myself) knew he kept a notebook with passwords for his accounts. It was in his desk drawer, but most of the accounts were for clubs, amazon, facebook, work related, etc. My daughter who is quite the drama queen figured out his facebook password which was not written down and was looking for private messages he might have written. No drama on facebook. Then she started looking for passwords for obscure financial accounts. All the finaces were in both our names. I asked her why was she prying. She said he might have had a secret gf all these years and there is always the possibility he stashed money in an off shore account to avoid taxes! Never found any evidence of either unless you want to consider his first gf that he kept in touch with on fb. She is also my friend now.

I have still been unable to close his FB account; can't figure out his password, nor have I been able to close his yahoo or Gmail. The passwords he wrote down don't seem to work.

But it is a good idea for a spouse/partner to have a copy of passwords, not because of trust issues, but to wrap up affairs after a death. I made copies of all my passwords for bills and accounts I pay online so my children have access to them to close the accounts.
 ThroatLozenge
Joined: 3/2/2016
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Posted: 4/29/2016 8:28:05 PM
^^^^
I'm very sorry you lost someone.

Sometimes I wonder if dealing with the possible loss of someone is worth the risk of dating.

Losing someone or leaving them alone? Scary thoughts.

I lost my mother recently and I can't imagine losing someone I loved.
 LetitiaLeGrande
Joined: 3/22/2015
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Posted: 4/29/2016 9:06:44 PM
I wouldn't agree to allowing a partner to potentially gain access to my profile and see if it is hidden or not. It shows a lack of trust and I would never ask anyone for their password on a site, either. If this is a healthy, mature and honest relationship the other party would not want to do it. Do you allow your serious girlfriends to have access to your ipads, phones etc, as well??
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