Ghosting or the Houdini effect

To make a difference in someone’s life you don’t have to be brilliant, rich, beautiful or perfect – you just have to care. – Mandy Hale

It felt a bit like someone had punched me in the gut when it happened. The disregard is insulting. The lack of closure is maddening. You move on, or at least you try, but not before your selfesteem takes a hit.
The only thing worse then being broken up with is realizing that someone didn’t even consider you worth breaking up with. How to move on when you’ve meet a Houdini?
Always remember, when someone ghosts you it says nothing about you or your worth for love – but it says everything about the person doing the ghosting. It shows the person doesn’t have the courage to deal with the discomfort of their emotions and they don’t understand the impact of their behavior or worse don’t care. In any case they’ve send you the message – I’m too immature to have a healthy relationship with you. And what about you? Be the better person, retrain your dignity and let him/her go peacefully. Don’t feel dumb or insecure about yourself – take it as a blessing, cause you know what? Anybody  who won’t give you the courtesy of giving it straight to you is somebody you don’t need in your life anyway. If someone ghosts you, haunt their asses with your own success.



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