My girlfriend won’t answer my calls or return my texts or emails. I want to find out why she is ghosting me, but she won’t communicate. I had plans all set up to take her to Block Island for the Fourth of July weekend, but I couldn’t get hold of her. I drove by her house several times and her car was gone and her lights were out. She obviously knows I’m trying to reach her. What should I do?
–Anonymous, Mumford, RI
About ghosting dating. When the person you’re dating fades away off the radar severing all communication, they are ghosting you.
It is easier for them to avoid confrontation rather than having to deal with offering an excuse for breaking up with you.
Sometimes disappearing seems to be the kindest option.
Do you really want to hear why she is no longer interested in you?
It is far easier to be evasive than confrontational when discussing a relationship that wasn’t clearly defined from the start.
Ghosting is a bi-product of online dating. You block someone and they may as well not exist.
Get a grip. You’ve been ghosted. She is ghosting on you. Accept the fact that your girlfriend is now your former girlfriend. She has either discovered that you’ve done some egregious deed or she’s simply found a love mate in somebody else.
As the ghostee you need to take the hint and leave her alone. She is no longer interested and is cutting all ties. Let it be.
Nonetheless, don’t allow your ghost to haunt you.
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