Probably some of you have never ghosted anyone but there's that immature periods years ago in our past, when some of us did.
I personally ghosted the guy because I loved him but I was afraid to be in a relationship with him. It was the most immature thing I've ever done I ghosted him right at the peak of my feelings to him and his feelings to me. I still don't understand why I did it. I thought in this way I'd maintain my love to him.
Problems in family, problems with myself lead me to believe it was the best solution. I wish I was as experienced as I'm now I would never hurt him, I would rather communicate than just ignore him like didn't existed. That was how I would solve almost any problem with relationships back then, I would just start ignoring the person who hurt instead of communicating back and I was so easily hurt that probably they didn't even guess what was the reason behind my weird behavior.
I feel so guilty that I left him without any explanation and acted like I hated him while actually I loved him the most out of guys who ever met me. He didn't even do something bad, just I had an ideal image of a man and he didn't fully fit him, but he was the closest person to this ideal.
Looking back right now, he loved me at my worst. I wish I could explain everything to him, but now It's too late.
Most Helpful Guy
Honesty is the best policy. Ghosting on someone is playing games. If you care, let him feel. If you don't care, let him know. It's positive to see that you have grown as a person.2
Most Helpful Girl
First date/hookup situation, the guy went crazy with his mouth on my boobs when I undressed for him. Like, slobbery mess all over my chest... so, I thought I'd just get it over with but he exploded as soon as I touched him. Then he got all sleepy so I just left. He tried to text me and explain and asked for another date.1