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The annoying behaviour of Ghosting

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Nov 2, 2019
This thread is not a particularly fat-related topic or an online one (even if I know it is a thing online, too).

I would like to talk about and
hear your opinion, experiences, reactions... etc. on the annoying behaviour of "ghosting" in real life.

To give a short explanation what I mean:

Ghosting - the practice of ending a personal relationship with someone by suddenly and without explanation withdrawing from all communication.

I've made this experience twice in my life - so far. Once when I was younger in my early 20s, another time quite recently.

I was cut off of any communication - on the recent "case" I was blocked everywhere one could be blocked nowadays - even on the emergency number. Friday we talked as usual, Saturday afternoon I was blocked.

As adults: shouldn't we say if something has changed (for whatever reason) that means to stop any communication?

Remember I am talking about real life and real friends (well apparently not) that literally know every secret from each other who are behaving like that.

It is hurtful,
It is humilating,
It is disrespectful
for the person been "ghosted".

Is it easy to dump someone this way?

I have found a way to deal with this huge disappointment. A long process.
Basically I see this as a loss - but it is their loss!

I am curious - what are your thoughts, opinions, experiences about it?