Your question was: I'm looking for someone who's a member of Match.com?.
He says that any guy who were to receive a flirty email, would probably flirt back, but that it didn't mean anything. NOT!.
I see a red flag here, I would hold off on the move in for a while. If he did not want her attention he would have been straight up with her, told her he was in a relationship (thru Match.com) and not to contact him anymore & maybe even blocked her email..
Sorry this is probably not what you wanted to hear, but I would be very leery of him now..
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My next door neighbor.
Wants to ban all guns.
THEIR HOUSE IS UNARMED.
Out of respect for their opinion I will not protect.
Them with my guns..
I agree with the previous poster...it is a red flag and even more so considering you are willing to move in with someone after only dating (online dating with Match.com) them for 6 months. It takes longer than that to start getting to know the real person, you are still in the "honeymoon" stage.I would nix the moving in together for now...what's the rush?..
Just remember...he got caught. So..he will naturally put on the charm and affection so that you dont dwell on it. There is no telling what he would or would not have done. Since he thought a little ego boosting was okay...harmless..wouldnt lead to anything disastrous...he indulged her..
If I were in his shoes I probably would have gotten annoyed that someone would want to put my relationship (thru Match.com) in danger like that and cut off communication. Obviously the person is selfish and not thinking of my happiness, right? ..
Well he's written back a couple of times, that's not an impulsive action. I'm sure he's sincere in saying to you he didn't mean anything by it but it's definitely something that shouldn't be ignored. I wonder if he might be open to going to a session or two of couples counseling with you?.
Some men want to be in relationships but they want to know that there are "options"; even if they don't intend to act on it..
If you are really concerned maybe you can suggest he attends a few therapy sessions to see if there are any underlying issues that he needs to take care of before you move in together...