I know some people think ghosting is fine when you're not officially together, but I disagree.
Unless it's a (very obvious) one-night stand, vanishing after you've had sex with or been otherwise intimate with someone just isn't cool to do, ever.
There are few things as frustrating as when a promising guy suddenly disappears on you.
"Ghosting" (or "going to the planet") is only excusable if he or someone he's close to has actually died; otherwise, you can use some sort of technology to get in touch with the person you've been seeing and perhaps sleeping with regularly, k?
Your expectations might have been minimal, but when somebody ghosts you, you still feel a sting.
Unless you were completely swept away by your ghost before they stopped responding to your texts, it's probably fair to guess that their sudden disappearance won't leave you with lasting damage.
It is impossible to have an emotional connection with someone if you cannot trust them.
It is unfortunate though, that we live in a world that takes lying to someone lightly.
However, being the smart woman that you are, you find it important to address and eliminate all doubt in your mind before continuing any further.She began seeing a new guy, and the next few months were filled with adorable dates and bragworthy sex.Then, out of nowhere, she was getting radio silence instead of witty texts about their inside jokes.Making you laugh, or sharing something personal about himself will only make it seem like he cares about your happiness when you’re not He wants an insta-relationship That type of constant communication isn’t quite normal until you’ve been with someone for a long time.A guy that gives you a play-by-play of his day after only a couple of dates is trying to insert himself into your life via being the name flashing on your phone every ten minutes.“Let’s talk about it in person”Since women love to communicate via any medium, it can get frustrating to deal with the guy that says, “I’ll tell you later” or “Let’s talk about it in person” or answers your interrogative questions with one or two word answers.