GHOSTING

Ghosting, also known as simmering or icing, is a colloquial term which describes the practice of ending all communication and contact with another person without any apparent warning or justification and subsequently ignoring any attempts to reach out or communication made by said person.[1][2][3] The term originated in the early 2000s, typically referring to dating and romantic relationships. In the following decade, media reported a rise in ghosting, which has been attributed to the increasing use of social media and online dating apps. The term has also expanded to refer to similar practices among friends, family members, employers and businesses.[4][5][6]

The most common cause of ghosting in a personal relationship is to avoid emotional discomfort in a relationship. A person ghosting typically has little acknowledgement of how it will make the other person feel. Ghosting is associated with negative mental health effects on the person on the receiving end, and has been described by some mental health professionals as a passive-aggressive form of emotional abuse or cruelty.[7]

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ghosting_(behavior)

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Disclaimer: As usual, what is written below is my own personal opinion, and may vary from yours. It doesn’t mean to say that either is correct or incorrect, that’s what makes us all Humans.

I’m writing this blog today because I’m sick of wasting my time applying for jobs, and being ignored.

Same when I communicate with others, who then ignore me.

Ghosting someone is purely

RUDE

COWARDLY

&

TOXIC.

In today’s Technology based world, it’s easy for people to abandon others.

I will admit, I’ve ghosted people, but never realised it at the time.

However, now I know, don’t anymore.

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