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The “ghoster” will ignore any mix of phone calls, text messages, emails and social messaging efforts to avoid the awkward and potentially painful moment when the pursued must tell the pursuer that love isn’t in the cards.
Ghosting usually happens early in a relationship, or it intercedes to prevent a more significant relationship from taking place.
It’s safe to assume a closer relationship built up over a longer period would require direct communication to end — rather than die with the slow sad burn of silence.
Ghosting would’ve been generally impossible 100, 50 or even 25 years ago because the majority of courting was done in person.
She asked if she was being unreasonable The anonymous woman went on to reveal that she had recently split with her partner of nine years and had reached a 'very low ebb' - until she met a new love interest last November who, at 24, was almost half her age She attracted hundreds of responses, but perhaps hadn't bargained on people picking apart her private life - including her decision to 'leave' her teenage daughter with her dad in London to move nearer her eldest daughter, who was going through a divorce - but has since turned on her.Erica Rivera, 27, was fired from the force last August for dating a man with a criminal record after a two-year investigation by the Internal Affairs Bureau that included questioning her about sex partners and secretly trailing her while off-duty.“They treated me like a perp and took the job I loved away from me,” said Rivera, who has filed a notice with the city controller to sue the city for wrongful termination.She went on to reveal that she had recently split with her partner of nine years and had reached a 'very low ebb' - until she met a new love interest last November who, at 24, was almost half her age.
The Mumsnet user admitted: 'I had no idea how badly my daughter would take it. I couldn't even imagine getting off with a person that young and I'm 5 years younger than you.'Another mum wrote: 'I think YABU (you are being unreasonable) to expect her to accept it. Obviously she finds it unacceptable and probably embarrassingfor her family.' Another mum then chimed in, saying: 'Your choice to date who you wish, but you can't stop your DD (darling daughter) finding it revolting.I can handle constructive criticism, but the vitriol that has been spewing forth since I started this, is actually quite saddening.