HomeRomantic Relationship QuestionsIs it good to “ghost” your partner?
Roy Murray asked 5 months ago
I am considering "ghosting" my partner and I want to know if it is a good idea. I am pretty annoyed by him and I don't want to have a confrontation about why I want to ghost him so that he will get the message.
1 Answers
Rila Thomas Staff answered 5 months ago
No, it is not good to "ghost" your partner. This is a form of emotional abuse and it can be very hurtful. "Ghosting" your partner means ending the relationship without any explanation or warning. It's a cowardly way to end things. It can also lead to feelings of confusion and betrayal. If you are in this kind of position, of course, you wouldn't want your significant other to leave you behind without any explanation. Similarly, your partner deserves the same courtesy. If you're considering "ghosting" your partner, talk to them first. See if there's anything you can do to improve the relationship. If you decide to go ahead with it, be prepared for the possible consequences.