Not once but twice, we bless the couple that they should become “beloved friends.” Make sure you’re friends first and then lovers.
When you start thinking that he/she may be the one, make sure you ask these ten questions before you tie the knot.
#1: Do We Care about Each Other as Good Friends Do?
Even though the silence probably left you at best confused, and at worst, diving into your deepest insecurities for answers, an survey found that you've also likely been the ghost yourself at some point.
The survey shows that 26 percent of women and 33 percent of men have both ghosted and been ghosted, while 24 percent of women and 17 percent of men admit to ghosting (but not being ghosted on).
So, you may already know from experience that we can't simply categorize ghosts as bad people with no respect for others' feelings.
To learn more about how all that avoidance can increase your anxiety and the amount of conflict in your life, keep reading.
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It’s great that you think you’re relatively successful, intelligent, attractive, easy to talk to, and very friendly, but why on earth haven’t you extended some of that confidence and positive thinking toward your love life?