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And honestly, at this point in my life, anyone who has this lack of emotional depth and a lack of basic courtesy is just holding up the line. It would be awesome to find a fun, adventurous partner, but I’m not going to sit around waiting for a phone call or text when there’s so much more of life to explore. We are both late 40’s and I also thought this kind of behaviour was a younger folk thing. I especially liked the part where you put a photo of horses up. Before sending my ghoster a long text I did a google search & read your article. I’ve never been truly ghosted, I suppose (though I’ve had weeks of no contact with one particular reoccurring idiot who I swore off for good a few weeks ago) but I feel like it’s become so commonplace which also makes no sense because we’re all more connected than ever these days.So ladies (and the four gentlemen who read this blog), take heart: ghosting is real, yes, and it is shitty, but it doesn’t mean you should lose any self-respect, nor does it mean you should lose faith in dating. So I sent one more for closure a week later, more for myself really and not for him, saying ghosting someone is a really mean thing to do and I was offended he thought I wasn’t worth the effort of him just typing the word goodbye. Thank you for sharing and taking the time to write this. I ain’t afraid of no ghost and won’t be sending my long text. I agree with everything you wrote, especially that it’s the coward’s way out.There really is no explanation why people ghost, although I think most people either a) don’t care very much b) have changed their mind and don’t want to/don’t know how to end it or c) find it the easy way out of something they’re not ready to define (although a friend of mine was ghosted after dating someone for a year. It comes from a place of fear, as in, they’re scared of having to share their feelings and *gasp* put themselves out there for a potentially awkward text conversation that really only has to take up five minutes of their life.They may not be an inherently bad person, but ghosting is definitely bad behaviour. Perhaps – maybe if you only had a couple of dates and you didn’t make specific plans for another rendezvous – but for the most part, it is to just send a polite goodbye text (unless you are being harassed or made to feel uncomfortable, in which case, ghost that motherfucker no matter how long you have been dating).Most likely, the person you’re dating wasn’t ready for something with you, be it serious or not; he may have realised he didn’t like you very much after all or, as much as it hurts, he may have started dating someone else.And yeah, that’s an awful feeling – that someone doesn’t even care about you enough to text you (or, shock of all horror, I still get bummed out when I’m ghosted – it’s easy to let it initially knock your self-esteem down a few notches – but as mentioned above, I’m also thankful for it, because it shows me what kind of person I was dealing with. Then…the texting petered out and I fell into the mad phone-checking cycle.
To reiterate, the people who ghost are either cowardly or assholes (or at least exhibiting asshole behaviour), or sometimes a combination of the two.
He was the inspiration for the second part of this post. ” And that, dear friends, is when I encountered my first ghost.