(And although it's not ideal, there are actually times when it's totally OK to ghost someone.)It may sound cliche, but if someone wants to date you and/or hook up with you, they will make an effort to see you and talk to you as much as possible — flakiness and shadiness never bode well of a healthy, blossoming relationship.
If you're in a fairly new relationship and are worried Potential Bae is about to back out, check out these seven signs that could forewarn you that the person you're seeing is about to go AWOL.
Repeat after me: "If a guy/girl wants to see me, they will, no matter how demanding their schedule is." Seriously.
If I text someone and ask them if they want to hang out in the near future, I fully expect an interested person to say, "I'm free on this day at this time." If I request a specific day and they're unavailable, I fully expect him to say, "Sorry, I can't that day, but how about this day?
Not that every date has to turn into a 24-hour sleepover followed by brunch, but if you're always left wanting more when they cut and run, it could mean they're not that into you.
Though there are endless reasons why someone might opt to ghost, chances are, the guy or girl in question is simply trying to avoid conflict or awkward questions about why things aren't working out.
Sure, it's immature, but unfortunately there's not a lot you can do about it except hold your head high and move on.
If you see a pattern and truly feel in your gut that they're uninterested, beware that this person could easily just cut off all contact with no notice.
If every time you hang out, he or she suddenly has a reason to disappear even though you've only had one drink, there's a chance that they're mentally preparing to hit the road.