The ghosting phenomenon has been on a meteoric rise, thanks to social media, but the term is not new.
The word ghosting was coined in the 1990s to describe the phenomenon where an individual would be unable to remember specific events, or that someone they know would not remember a specific event.
According to the Oxford English Dictionary, the word “ghosting” is also used to describe a phenomenon where people don’t remember their own actions.
Ghosting is a psychological phenomenon that occurs when people who have been in a relationship for a while (i.e., longer than one year) start to lose contact with others, as well as a social network.
This can lead to feelings of detachment and depression.
People who experience this are often unable to recognize the difference between the person they are seeing and a friend or family member.
The term ghosting has been used to cover many different aspects of a person’s life.
For example, it’s commonly used to talk about how people in the workplace are often distracted by the latest gossip and social media posts.
But ghosting also covers the loss of relationships or lost friends.
It’s common for people to be unable, or unable to, recall what they experienced in the past.
It’s also been linked to depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder, and a variety of other problems.
This article was originally published by Business Insider.