The 17 Stages of Ghosting on a Relationship ...


It's a divisive subject.

Some people think it's the worst thing you can do to someone else – just fading away into the ether.

Other people understand that, sometimes, ghosting is the only way.

I think most of us have probably done this to someone – a date, a lover, a friend, an acquaintance.

It happens.

There are times when you just cannot handle the direct confrontation of telling someone you don't want them in your life any longer.

Some people make it impossible to walk away.

Hell, I ghosted on a former girlfriend who was a very toxic presence in my life – that happened almost ten years ago and she just Instastalked me.

Ghosting happens, there are dozens of reasons why, but the whole process typically goes a little something like this …

1. You've Found That You Have Absolutely Nothing in Common

You've Found That You Have Absolutely Nothing in Common

It happens.

It can happen right away or over time, but it does happen.

Ghosting may pop up as a possibility because you realize that you have nothing to say to the person you're with … and you're not particularly interested in anything they have to say, either.

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