Online dating gives you loads to be suspicious about.
There are questions around:
- How many people Adam is dating?
- (Is Adam with another Eve on the nights he doesn’t call?)
- Why is Adam only returning texts once a day?
- (Does Adam’s home life not expect him to be contacting other Eves?)
- Why is Adam’s favourite time to text dinner time?
- (Is Adam’s partner cooking dinner?)
- Why does Adam claim his car is broken down… at the petrol station…. and never mentions it again?
- (Same location as Adam’s favourite ‘coffee’ – (Non)-Smoking Eve)
- Why does Adam only meet you for lunch, or in the afternoon?
- (Who lives in Adam’s house he doesn’t want you to know about?)
- Why doesn’t Adam share much information about himself?
- (What is his life actually like?)
- Why doesn’t Adam want you to meet his kids?
- (What is Adam’s agenda?)
Trust me. I’m not being paranoid. At the very least I know Adam is not sitting at home bored.
I am making comparisons with relationships that work – where Adam:
- call you for chats in the evening
- texts you for hours
- is quick to invite you to his house
- wants you to watch his favourite shows
- invites you for sleep-overs
- takes you on holidays
- asks your advice on issues
- fits you into his life.
So which do you prefer?
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