The League also found that you have a greater chance of being ghosted if you send messages including ‘Hey gorgeous’, ‘whatssup’, and ‘hey, how are you?
’ So maybe avoid those.* *Especially ‘whatssup’, you monster.
It is a risk and a bold move for a woman to come out and say that she has been sexually assaulted.
Trust me, before you know it you’ll be coupled up with a bloke who drives you nuts, fantasizing about walking out, shutting the door behind you and buying a one way ticket to the other side of the world.
In fact I’ve never felt alone on my own – I spend more time with friends than I would if I was in a couple, spend quality time with my family and, when I want adult company (ahem) I can get it.
Good relationships are good, they’re more than good, they’re f**ing awesome – but bad ones are not better than being single, not now, not ever.
It avoids the ‘here are all the things I don’t like about you’ breakup chat, it’s a time-saver, and you get a great anecdote to share with all your mates who think Tinder sounds ‘fun’. Getting ghosted when you’re truly not expecting it is a pretty sh*t experience.
Thankfully, there are ways to protect your sweet, vulnerable self from the horror of being ghosted.