When does it end? Men tend to flirt online as women do, but what if you are in an exclusive relationship with a guy and he continues flirting online behind your back? Not that it makes a difference if he tells you about it, but, what will you do about this information?
How to stop your boyfriend from flirting?
In a day and age where dating online is a thing, so is flirting online. I think flirting online is okay if you’re single, but when you are in a relationship already, you should cut it out like flirting in real life. Some guys think that it is reasonable to separate their social media lives apart from real life. If this is the case, then you know that this means he’s open to flirting online since the two are different.
As adults, I don’t think that you have to remind your boyfriend what it means to be dating someone exclusively. Although open relationships are a thing now, I doubt it that you’d be here reading this if that was the case in your relationship.
Stopping someone – like your boyfriend from flirting online is like asking a mouse not to eat the cheese laid out to him. Flirting online is so easy, everyone is doing it. Kidding. But, since social media exists, flirting online has been a topic of conversation with couples and even with friends. Setting boundaries is something you should talk about with the boyfriend.
Here are some tips we can share with you as to how you can deal with your boyfriend who flirts online.
Tell him how you feel.
This is very basic. You have to tell him how you feel. Pick the right time and place and talk to him – talk as in not accuse him; during this time, he’ll discover how you came across the idea that he is flirting online. Just be honest. Have you noticed how high his Snapchat score is, did someone tell you about it, or if you snooped on his phone? Tell him about what you’ve noticed and how this situation is making you feel.
It could be possible that he thinks it’s all innocent flirting, so tell him how you think about it. Make sure that