Annyeong, chingu! Sorry for being inactive these past few days. I’ve been addicted with watching Korean movies and dramas, plus my studies are giving me a pile of workloads so I have to manage them all before finally giving time to my blog. If you’re waiting for my reviews for my second Althea haul, I haven’t made them yet since I’ve only used a few of them as of today. But don’t worry, because I’ll share them with you once I see how everything worked for me.
In my previous post, I’ve given you the signs to confirm if you have been ghosted or not. Now, I’ll be giving you some tips on how to cope up with this really bad experience.
Honestly, I have experienced this as well. When I was ghosted, I already knew because he became unusual. This guy wasn’t as funny, thoughtful and sweet like the first couple of days we’ve been talking.
Ghosting. Believe it or not, this is actually a word. It doesn’t involve the souls with unresolved grudges, but rather a different kind of ghosting.
According to Urban Dictionary, “Ghosting is the act of suddenly stopping all communication with someone that the subject is dating but no longer wishes to date. This is done in hopes that the ghostee will just get the hint and leave the subject alone, as opposed to the ghoster simply telling them that he/she is no longer interested.” It’s quite a long definition, but I think the perfect explanation for ghosting is something that douche bags do.