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So you got ghosted?

If you haven't yet, count your blessings. If you have, fret not, there's equal hope still. Ghosting is a passive withdrawal from a relation of any form. And you should be so gracious in turn. Here's how: 1> Forget the detective work: don't even start to look for a reason, the person, an explanation. It happened. Go to your corner and reevaluate yourself and give some time to recoup before clinging to the next person to compensate. Closure isn't needed to move forward. 2> Don't post about it: seeking attention on the matter isn't always the best way go about things. Perhaps some people will extend crumbs of empathy, but does it really help letting everyone know you are someone people ghost? Oftentimes, no. Spare yourself further embarrassing moments. 3> Reject the rejection: once you've mended from the initial hurt, understand it says more about their choices to handle things. Take the disappearing act as a thing you should want to reject likewise. Someone doing that is clearly showing you why you shouldn't want them, too. 4> Turn the attention inwards: work through the lingering resentment and triggering thoughts. Build yourself back up and reestablish the amazing person you were prior. Treat yourself good. Be gentle with you. And reform your happiness. 5> Recognize patterns: the silver lining, if you can see it, is that they taught you what to be on the look out for in the future. Take their actions as indicators for how to identify future situations and teach yourself to steer clear when they becomes obvious. Ghosting isn't the end for you. Learn to let go. And stop seeking a closure that isn't necessary for your personal value. Be well. 🙂🍵

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