Online dating phenomenon
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The responsibility is on everyone to make the change.Expectations should be changed on both sides and I want to be clear that I don't just blame men.
Ghosting is a term used to describe when men or women drop off the face of the Earth after starting the dating process.Perhaps you went on one date (or a few) and had engaging and stimulating conversations. You started to rethink the date and whether you said anything weird.The night flowed naturally and even ended with him walking you home and kissing you goodnight. You even texted your friends, saying how you thought there was potential because of the instant chemistry. The end of the night was hazy after a couple of drinks, so you potentially could have mentioned the future and freaked him out. All you can think about is that you got ghosted and how the guy is a huge dick.You tell your friends and they instigate the name-calling. You can do so much better.” Let's just stop for a moment and try to understand this concept. Maybe he doesn’t feel it and does not want a confrontation; maybe he's dating around, he wants to do his own thing, there isn’t a physical attraction, he's not ready for a relationship or does not want to commit or so many, other potential reasons.We simply don't know how to, and we find it easier to hide behind a screen. If there is no connection or it doesn’t feel right, you should be upfront with the person you went on a date with.Having no chemistry should not equal tough confrontation and hostility.
Communicating that feeling is a form of maturity and honesty, which has unfortunately been stripped from our generation.
We would rather avoid people than have real conversations.
It honestly does not really matter because there is a bigger issue at hand: The expectations are so low that now, ghosting is a norm and chivalry is a rarity.
The most popular phrase I hear is “Why hasn't he texted me? We set the low expectation right from the beginning.
The saddest part is people don't think they deserve anything more.
Technology is an incredible power, but it has also caused us to stop effectively communicating.