How To Deal When You Get Ghosted


Ghosting has become the most common way of ending relationships in modern times. It is when someone suddenly disappears without any explanation, leaving the other person in a state of confusion and hurt. It's a phenomenon that I find difficult to understand. When did it become acceptable to leave someone hanging without any closure or explanation? Even if you have done it to someone else before, being ghosted can be a devastating experience. If you are ever in this situation, here are some tips on how to cope.


1. Don't Contact Him

Since he's the one who stopped communicating with you, it's best not to pursue him and plead for an explanation. Avoid sending lengthy text messages or attempting to gain his attention by liking his social media posts. Doing so will only make you appear more desperate, so it's wise to preserve your self-respect and refrain from making contact.


2. Delete, Unfriend, And Erase

You have the ability to move on from him as swiftly as he vanished from your life. Spare yourself the pain of constant reminders by unfollowing him on social media, deleting his pictures from your phone, and discarding old text messages. Sever the connections completely and avoid looking back.

3. Stop Playing The Blame Game

There's no one to blame. Refrain from placing fault on yourself or the other person. It was their decision to terminate things in such a way, so it's essential to release them and move on.


4. Resist The Urge To Overanalyze Every Detail Of What Could Have Gone Wrong

There's no purpose in attempting to determine the exact moment when the other person decided to end contact with you. Even if you were aware, you cannot alter their perspective, and it's not necessary. They should appreciate you for who you are without requiring persuasion.

5. Forgive And Forget

Frankly speaking, ghosting can occur unintentionally, and the other person may not have intended to cause harm. That's a part of life. It's possible that we may have been the perpetrator in someone else's situation. At times, we choose to avoid hurting the other person and conclude that quietly leaving is the best option. Although it's not the most considerate way to end things, it does occur. Instead of holding onto resentment, it's preferable to forgive, forget, and move forward.


6. Remind Yourself That There Are Plenty Of Fish In The Sea

Despite its cliched nature, it holds true that you will eventually encounter another individual, and memories of the person who ghosted you will fade away.

7. Stay Positive

It's important to remember that being with someone who doesn't reciprocate your feelings is not worth it. There's no need to be upset over the fact that they weren't "the one." The right person will come into your life when the time is right, so keep your spirits up.


8. Dust Yourself Off And Try Again

Despite the lack of success with this particular person, there's no reason to lose hope or feel defeated. It's essential to continue persevering and putting yourself out there. Get back into the dating scene and continue to display your charm and charisma.