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The ultimate guide to ghosting

In recent years, the term "ghosting" has become increasingly popular, especially in the world of dating. But the behaviour can occur in any type of relationship, whether involved friends, family, neighbours, or even colleagues. In fact, ghosting or ‘quiet quitting’ has been a new phenomenon within the workplace, especially since the Covid-19 pandemic.

Rhyana Ebanks-Babb examines why ghosting can happen, its effects on mental health, and steps to rebuild a lost relationship.

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