Why Getting Ghosted Was The Best Thing To Ever Happen To Me

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When you get ghosted, it feels like you’ve been punched in the gut. You spent all this time texting, talking on the phone, and hanging out with someone, and then suddenly, they disappear into thin air without any explanation. It hurts, and it’s confusing. But here’s the thing: when someone ghosts you, it says more about them than it does about you.

The person who ghosted you is obviously not mature enough to handle a difficult conversation. They would rather run away from their problems than deal with them head-on. And you know what? That’s their problem, not yours. After I got ghosted, I realized that I deserved better than someone who couldn’t even be honest with me about why they didn’t want to be with me anymore.

The person who did it is clearly not mature enough to handle a difficult conversation.

Getting ghosted forced me to reevaluate my standards for relationships. I realized that I deserved someone who was brave enough to have tough conversations with me, even when things got messy. And you know what? Once I raised my standards, I found a partner who met them. We’ve been together for over 2 years now, and our relationship is stronger than ever before.

Getting ghosted might not seem like a blessing at first, but trust me — it is. It allows you to reassess your wants and needs from a partner, and it reminds you that you deserve nothing less than the best. It also gives you the chance to focus on your own happiness, which is something we all need more of. So if you’ve been ghosted, don’t wallow in self-pity — see it as an opportunity for growth and self-improvement

If you’ve been ghosted, don’t take it personally. The person who did it is clearly not mature enough to handle a difficult conversation. Instead of dwelling on what could have been, use this as an opportunity to raise your standards for relationships. You deserve better than someone who isn’t even brave enough to be honest with you. Trust me, it’s worth the wait.

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James Miller

James Miller

I’m an entrepreneur who’s started a few businesses. Mindset Junkie / Nutrition Nerd / Biohacker