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We all deserve that courtesy instead of being phased out.
I’ve told women I didn’t feel we connected and they thanked me for letting them know.
It’s time for Halloween, where vampires and zombies abound… Yes, ghosting, the latest dating trend, where someone suddenly disappears. Perhaps you’ve done it to someone, too, because even when you told them you were not interested, they didn’t take the hint and sent you 101 follow-up texts or emails wondering why.
(Even pop singer Demi Lovato said she recently did it.) No goodbye text or email or phone call or, for the really bold, in-person ciao. Maybe you went on a handful of dates with the person, or maybe we dated for months (of course, the longer the time, the worse the ghosting feels). They’ll say, “Should I have taken you to dinner instead of drinks?
Sure, a few got upset and defensive, but I felt better being honest instead of having them play guessing games.
“I would prefer to be told in person that the person is not interested.
What did I do wrong that the person went MIA instead of saying they’re not into me?
The act of ghosting provides absolutely no answers and you are left ultimately asking yourself what you may have said or done to ‘mess’ it Below, I asked Bustle readers for their take on ghosting: Do you prefer to be ghosted on or be told that the person's not interested?The responses came down to three categories: “No Way,” “For Sure,” and “It Depends.” “Absolutely not into ghosting. Especially with technology these days, it takes just a few seconds to end things with someone.