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He should be apologizing to you, asking for forgiveness, and agreeing to go to couples’ counseling, or whatever else it takes to restore the trust. Any guy trolling a dating site while he’s in a relationship is cheating, plain and simple. ” To which we’d respond, “But only because the opportunity didn’t present itself.” Kacey, ask yourself if this is the kind of person you want to build a life with? Please leave us a follow up comment and/or question here in the comments section. Whether you’re single or in a relationship, you may have encountered at least one of these five things I have been told about dating.Perhaps the advice was given out of good intentions, but more often than not, it left you feeling frustrated and miserable.Some of the “facts” seemed to be true at first—but turned out otherwise.If you’ve been told some tips about dating, perhaps it’s time to pause and mull over the “advice”, and consider how we should respond. You may be at a stage where you’re wondering whether you are meant to be with this guy, or whether there is any hope of the relationship going anywhere.