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I believe in "kind goodbyes" (I blogged about this here: ) but even in the midst of being ghosted, I know this isn't about me.If you are showing up emotionally in your relationships, letting your needs and wants be known while learning theirs, then you are communicating clearly and being authentic.We don't like uncertainty and even though at least ONE of the explanations your brain creates is likely true, it's not knowing which one that can drive us crazy.I've been ghosted twice..year being the most recent one.He and I had quite a great thing going for a few months..perfect, not without its gaps, not without things I wanted to see improve, but a pretty easy, comfortable and intimate connection.Everything seemed to be moving in the right direction..saw each other 3-5 times a week, we had met each other's kids, I had a key to his house and we were planning to meet each other's friends, as well.At the end of the day, or the end of a relationship, I can say, If you've been ghosted on, I'm truly sorry, but take solace in the reality that they ghosted on themselves..chose not to show up, be heard, be an adult and just say "Hey ----, it's been good but I'm heading in a different direction." If you've been tempted to ghost or are thinking about it, if you can't handle an in-person conversation, at least have the gumption to send a measly one-sentence text!!!Seriously, just show up, be seen, be heard, put out good Karma out into the dating pond and just send a damn text saying good luck and good night!
*You've been just Friends with Benefits and have decided to enter some monogamous relationship.
I think I was surprised that people over 40 would participate in this trend, but not showing up emotionally, seems to know no age limits. *Having some conversation with someone online and they either hide their profile or never respond to anymore messages.