When you are in a relationship, understandably, it might get overwhelming sometimes. But that doesn’t give you the right to ghost someone. Here’s why ghosting reflects poorly on you, and not the person you ghosted
When anybody gets left on read, there are bound to be a million things going on in their heads immediately after they realize they’ve just been subjected to the 21st century equivalent of the guillotine. Let’s take a deep dive into this unfortunate victim’s mind, for empathetic purposes only, of course. Nobody’s laughing here.
If you are checked in to the modern-day dating scenario and you haven’t heard of ghosting, then either you are way past the age of a millennial or you are plain lucky to have escaped it. Ghosting is when a person drops out of a relationship and vanishes completely without a word or reasons for the …