No no...my house is not haunted nor have I been possessed by a ghost.
Ghosting in our fast-paced technology savvy world means 'to disappear without communication' - vanishing into thin air after being in constant touch.
A prospective client who called me, emailed me, never answered any of my emails or calls has me wondering why.
For me ghosting means a lack of respect, a lack of empathy. It is the lack of closure that has my mind buzzing. While it's true that it says more about the ghoster than the ghosted it still hurts.
But there's a flipside to it.
Ivie-Williams points out that "it takes a level of emotional intelligence and maturity to be ready for those types of conversation, because you have to be ready to potentially hear something about yourself that you didn't know or wasn't something you wanted to hear."
Well as far as I am concerned, I would rather have the painful conversation than be ghosted. And then move on knowing the ghoster was never invested enough or maybe it's their ego that demands they do not bother to communicate or reply.
So while I am on a ghost busting spree - which includes not chasing or connecting with ghosts, and ghosting the ghosts - why don't you share your ghosting stories?