Dating in uae
His profile description looked very smart and trustworthy, a nice good-looking guy looking for a smart, independent and strong woman. He was super sweet and willing to show me pictures plus give information related to his life and job.
The guy told me he worked as a Delta Operator (Special Corps Anti Terrorism) and I never doubted it because everything he mentioned about his job was supported by pictures with his buddies and him in the compound, so I naively trusted him.
She confirmed the two were dating for the past eight months, they even share a place in Florida.
We shared screenshots of his conversations with both of us and it was almost a copy and paste job, she told me the truth about him and the fact that he was even lying about his work.
The day after his phone was off so I thought he must be in mission. After eight days, I totally went crazy as I had no way whatsoever to touch base with him at least to make sure he was okay and not hurt.
It was the week of an ISIS attack in Kabul and I was feeling so powerless, a little down.suspicious that he might want to not be found!
Being stubborn by nature I decided to investigate and so for three days I checked him out online until I found a secondary Facebook profile to the one I already knew about, which was available only to his relatives. I clicked on her profile..to see.finally I found what I didn't know I'd been looking for.
He sent me an unbelievably long text saying he considered himself worthless and deserving of all the bad things that happened to him (at that point it included his girlfriend breaking up with him and kicking him out of their home).
His words were clearly lame and fake like a kid who got caught eating chocolate.