You’ve been dating someone for a while and things seem to be going great. But suddenly, without any warning, they disappear. They stop responding to your texts, your calls go unanswered, and you have no idea what happened. You’ve been ghosted.
If you’ve been ghosted, it can be a confusing and frustrating experience. You may feel like you’ve done something wrong or like you’re not good enough. But the truth is, ghosting has nothing to do with you.
Ghosting is a coward’s way out of a relationship. It’s a way for someone to avoid any awkwardness or confrontation by simply disappearing. And it’s becoming more and more common, especially with dating apps making it so easy to connect with people.
If you’ve been ghosted, the best thing you can do is move on. Don’t waste your time trying to figure out what went wrong or trying to get in touch with the person who ghosted you. They’re not worth your time or energy.
Instead, focus on yourself and on finding someone who will treat you the way you deserve to be treated. Someone who is honest and upfront with you, and who will never disappear without a word.