Ghosting is when someone you are dating suddenly cuts off all communication with you and disappears from your life, without any explanation. It can be very hurtful and confusing, and it's important to try to avoid ghosting someone if at all possible. Here are a few tips for avoiding ghosting when dating:
Communicate openly and honestly: If you are not interested in continuing to date someone, it's important to let them know. Be honest and straightforward about your feelings, and try to have a conversation about why you don't think the relationship is going to work out.
- Be respectful: Even if you don't want to continue seeing someone, it's important to treat them with respect. This means not ignoring their messages or calls, and not just disappearing without any explanation.
-Set boundaries: It's okay to set boundaries and to take time for yourself, but make sure you communicate these boundaries to your partner. If you need some space, let them know and explain why.
-Be aware of your own feelings: If you find yourself consistently not wanting to see or talk to someone you are dating, it may be a sign that the relationship is not a good fit. In this case, it's important to be honest with yourself and with your partner about your feelings.
By following these tips, you can help to avoid ghosting and maintain healthy, respectful relationships.
It's also worth pointing out that Ghosting is far less likely to occur when after you've met someone in person. Speed dating begins your dating journey with in person interactions and as a result, we hear fewer reports of ghosting when a relationship has begun at an in person dating event.