Hard to say whether it’s “curving slowly away from the shared road” or “kicking someone to the curb,” but CURVING is something you’ll hear about more and more.
Maybe you’ve done it. Maybe you’ve been curved.
The signs are actually there, if you know what to look for. If someone you’ve been dating starts showing some subtle changes, like these, it’s starting to bend away from you.
Meaghan Summers, from YourTango sums it up, best: “Because most people want closure, curving can be even more hurtful than ghosting, not to mention passive-aggressive. Not allowing someone to grieve (at least a little), after a relationship has ended, and giving them false hope – that a relationship might continue – is a bit rude.
Ghosters and Curvers can’t handle rejection or conflict. If this is true, like many therapists are saying it is, it tells us a lot about the world’s ability to communicate with each other. It says that we can’t.”
Summers adds that, “Curving is a popular choice for many people in the dating world who want to hook up with a bunch of men or women and for people who don’t like labels in relationships. Though, this can get nasty fast, especially if the curver is cheating on their partner with you and refuses to address the status of your relationship.”
Check out her full article at: https://www.yourtango.com/2019324359/what-is-curving-worse-than-ghosting-dating-explained