Bottom line - When it comes to ghosting, it's not about you, it's them. 24/7 - People in San Francisco love to talk about how busy they are and how dating apps make finding that special someone so much easier.
Try not to get offended (unless you actually have been acting like an insecure nutcase). While I agree to certain extent, I've also noticed that people in San Francisco have become way too reliant on dating apps.
I then told my friend that obviously this guy wasn't worth her while, and that he clearly has his own issues to deal with. Of course, I apologized and let them know that I had been busy with other things recently.
After listening to a variety of complaints and frustrations, I've complied a list of reasons why dating in San Francisco is so damn hard. You Ghost Me, I Ghost You - Recently, a girlfriend of mine came to me for advice on why her recent online match started "ghosting" her.
For those of you who are unfamiliar with the term "ghosting," urban dictionary defines it as: "The act of suddenly ceasing all communication with someone the subject is dating, but no longer wishes to date.
The San Francisco dating scene is truly bizarre, which is why I've blogged about my experiences dating here a few times.
So, it's no surprise that both my male and female friends have started to come to me for dating advice.
It's gotten so out of hand that I've even gone on dates where we've talked about which dating apps are our favorite.