Conversations About Autism

Recently, I read an article on ghosting, which has nothing to do with the supernatural beings that might be seen on Halloween. Nor was it about the shadowy second image that sometimes appeared on old tube televisions, if you are old enough to remember those. It also has nothing to do with the way the term is used in video gaming, if you are young enough to know what that means.

Before reading the article in Real Simple magazine, I thought the modern term “ghosting” applied only to romantic relations when one partner suddenly disappears from the horizon like a ghost. Yes, I have had that happen to me back in the seventies, way before the term ghosting existed. And, no, I have never ghosted a person I was dating.

After reading the article, I realize that ghosting is very
prevalent in other areas of life today.
It seems that…

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