When ghosting other's is totally ok

So I am going to start this blog by telling you what the word Ghosting means - Ghosting is the practice of ending a personal relationship with someone by suddenly and without explanation withdrawing from all communication - found by Googling what it means ;)


I would like you to consider using the word "disengage" instead - this word feels positive with regards to ensuring that your energy is being placed into situations and relationships that fuel you rather than exhaust you.


Now that that is out of the way I want to address why this is necessary in a time of many empath's needing to set strong boundaries around people who will consistently take all they can.


Being an empath can be overwhelming as it is as we do our best to navigate our emotions and their intensity while figuring out if we are feeling our own feels or those from other's around us. Again, it can be all consuming and this is why I am an advocate for ghosting people who take too much from you.



When you finally start realising that your worth isn't based on running your own energy dry, you start noticing those in your inner circle who have been riding your coat tails of awesomeness and need to be cut loose.


No, no one wants to hurt another but sometimes for our own self preservation we need to just not engage with others who only take from us.


As you were reading this, there would have been someone that came to mind that you may need to farewell. Remember this is done with nothing less than love but with a big side dose of self-respect and self-worth.


You are allowed to choose who you engage with and rather than thinking you are the bad one for cutting others off, I would like you to focus on empowering yourself enough to feel good for not partaking in less than behaviour.


You don't need anyone else's permission to live full out and move on when required.



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