If you have been trying to understand why some people decide to vanish leaving nothing but static behind, then this article is for you. We are not going to deny that being ghosted can be extremely hurtful and the need for closure will always seem to dangle at the back of your mind. One question pulls another, leaving you emotionally worn out while challenging every ounce of sanity in you. We also understand that the longer and more serious the relationship, the harder it is to cope with being deserted by your loved one. Bitter-Sweet has asked Chanel Omari, a journalist, TV host, TV personality, POP culture expert, fashion designer, reality star, radio host and DJ, the most burning questions about ghosting.
Let’s face it, dating IS tiring, but how do you know when you really need a break? Have you ever experienced dating fatigue? Do you find yourself: restless, listless, disengaged, unengaging? Conversation is like squeezing water from a stone. Drop. By. Drop. You might not even realize you have it! Chanel Omari, ex reality bravo-lebrity turned celebrity radio host on iHeartRadio and WBLI 106.1 breaks it down for you and tells you how to know if you have dating fatigue and how to rebound.
"We're half a family now; I'm unable to think, unable to feel, unable to grasp what had happened to our lives. Unable to speak about how I hate that I can't have both my parents with me at home, maybe it's all my fault" says Dalia Maher, a daughter of divorced parents. This is what most children of divorced parents would say and feel. This is exactly why parents should protect their children during divorce and pay extra care to their feelings. Psychologist Laura Markham advice parents with 5 tactics to protect the children of a divorce.
"The only thing more unthinkable than leaving was staying; the only thing more impossible than staying was leaving. I didn't want to destroy anything or anybody. I just wanted to slip quietly out the back door, without causing any fuss or consequences, and then not stop running until I reached Greenland." narrated Elizabeth Gilbert in her novel Eat, Pray, Love.
"Two words. Three vowels. Four consonants. Seven letters. It can either cut you open to the core and leave you in ungodly pain or it can free your soul and lift a tremendous weight off your shoulders. The phrase is: It's over." ― Maggi Richard. But what if you can turn it all around? What …