Otherwise, you can gracefully accept that you’ve been ghosted.
It definitely felt as though it was my best, and definitely my easiest, option. D: I’d say I knew him for about a month before I decided to ghost him.Danielle, a 26-year-old living in Manhattan, says it’s okay to ghost…in extreme situations. I met him through a mutual friend and we talked for a few weeks before I decided I wasn’t feeling it.She was about to move into a new apartment and mentioned living together.I didn’t want to lead her on by making her believe that there was a future for us.I would suggest calling over texting, as it is easier to ignore a text.
Don’t send a long email or seem as though your sanity depends on their validating you.He would ask if I wanted to hang and I would outright tell him that I was going out with someone else that night. He would text me calling me a b*tch for not responding to him, which only added onto my urge to not speak to him. But in my case, I didn’t care if he knew that I was ghosting him. But instead he called me names and thought it would work.Every time we went out together, he was very overprotective, wouldn’t let me speak to other men, would introduce himself to other people as my boyfriend, and hated seeing me on my phone. I wasn’t going to make up excuses and tell him that I’ve been “busy” or some lame excuse that I know guys use all the time. I didn’t think he deserved an explanation and I still don’t. And like many other girls, I’ve been on the other end of ghosting and it sucks.He knew from the start I wasn’t looking for anything serious and he was never able to accept that. It’s definitely not a good way to deal with things, but sometimes you have to do what you have to do. He eventually got the message and left me alone, which is all I wanted in the first place. MMU: How long were you seeing them before you decided to ghost them?MMU: Why did ghosting them seem like the best option in the scheme of things? But as far as ghosting goes, I would never recommend doing it unless it was an extreme case like mine was. D: The first, and only time that I ghosted someone was about four years ago.I’d say I knew her for about two months before I decided to ghost her. I knew it was only a matter of time before I’d run into her there.