Ghosting etiquette

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    Daniella Lee

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    When someone has ghosted you,should you respond to a text message or pick up the phone if they should contact you? Or do you just ignore the attempt at communication and treat them the same way? I want to know what happened (not that any answer will be satisfactory), however I just feel that it was grossly disrespectful and uncaring. Ive known this person over 23 years and this was shocking to say the least. How should I proceed? Just abandon the friendship and count it as a lost or simply tell them it was hurtful then move on with no other communication and or contact.

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    Sam

    You make an effort and if its being treated the same, you move on. People do crazy shit when they’re going through some things. So you make an attempt to understand whats going on. And if he still decides to ghost you, that is your answer. It’s not the best type of closure but you’d be happier knowing at least you did your part by trying.

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