The topic of why men ghost, especially around the 3 month mark, has recently been extremely alive in my community.
First with a dear private client, then with an Inner Circle client, and now even with two separate women on my private Facebook group Wunder Divas!
So in some sense, all of these mental acrobatics about why men ghost on women do not interest or capture me. I believe there are two things of importance here: Men do what they want, and the last thing you want to do in a romantic equation is beg a man to be with you.
They actually feel like a waste of time, a temporary way to distract a woman from addressing the real issue: How do you respond to a man who ghosts on you, irrespective of WHY he ghosted on you? I know you don’t literally beg, but when you send that text or call him to ask what happened, or even call him to call him a jerk, the energy feels one of begging and chasing to HIM! Yes, it hurts, I know, I understand, I’ve been there myself, so many amazing women have too, and yet these women have gone on (including myself) to meet other amazing men and create amazing marriages and committed relationships – and so will you.
BTW, we’re an amazing and inspiring, private community of over 11k professional women. Learn the 6 Steps to Attracting Your Soulmate in my free guide [click here to download] Now let’s break down the topic of why men ghost on women during dating, and what the most high value / diva way to respond to it is.
It is the act of your date / the man you’re seeing disappearing on you without any explanation.
However, his return is not the possibility you want to actively rely on. And next time, manage your emotional investment better. Men treat many women well, but they don’t want to marry all those women. I am feeling inspired to do a 5-day coaching program, in live interaction with you ladies, to help single women overcome their BLOCKS in letting love in and women in relationships / married women to do a relationship reset.
) Yet another one says that men ghost on a woman around that point because they may not be ready to give you what you want.
Now the second scenario is not only painful, it also lands many women in a painful cycle of self-judgement.
Besides trying to understand why men ghost, women also internalize the guilt: “What did I do wrong here, for him to disappear on me like this?
It is such cases that make you spin in your head, trying to understand why men ghost.
Here you were, thinking you’ve found the one – and there he is, disappearing on you like all of this never happened.
It is called “ghosting” because that’s how it feels: from one day to the next, everything changes.