Dating trend alert: Submarineing

Another month another dating trend.

Submarineing, is just like ghosting, zombieing and stashing. It is a trend which makes you feel sad and shattered inside.

It begins a lot like ghosting where the person disappears on you, but worst because when they return months later, the person offers no explanation or an apology for dropping out of sight and mind.

You could be knee-deep under the sheets with a new person when your phone begins to ping out of control like a ping ball machine with texts like:

Hey
Hi baby
What’s up?
Miss you
Drink?

What, huh not cool!

These narcissistic, sociopaths feel no empathy or sympathy for your emotional pain. They think they can glide back into your life as if nothing happened.

Here’s a quote that I ironically just saw from an unknown author on Facebook tonight:

No matter how many times a snake sheds its skin, it will always be a snake. Remember that before allowing people back into your life.

If this happens to you, or has happened, do yourselves a favor and let this person drown because your self-worth and dignity are far more important.

Sending positive love vibes! 💋

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6 Comments

  1. Bry Jaimea

    I’ve never heard of Stashing?
    The Seamen, though, need to sail off into the sunset together and compare pics of their submarines. The internet has kind of ruined dating a bit as it makes it easier to be exposed to these types of arseholes and have our defenses lowered through careful manipulation, and you don’t get to have that “gut feeling” like you would meeting someone for the first time in the real world.
    Glad I’ve come across your blog, btw! xx

  2. Unleashing the Cougar

    Nice summary and a common trend though perhaps more likely adopted by men? I have guys reappearing after months – even up to 18 months, with no explanation. It’s rude and reeks of keeping options open and always wanting to keep an option on the side.

  3. Jess

    I completely agree with the author. This types of pole do not care about the other person. In their peas brains, they believe that their past Goshing actions didn’t even happen or that it was totally fine to that as they pleased. They are the center of the universe, and they can do whatever they want to do. They do not have feeling, feel empathic, etc. Hence, they are unable to understand the fact that their actions can hurt others.I think that a lot of people have experienced the Submarining phenomenon. I’ve been there my self, and it worked out well when I resisted temptation by moving forward and no looking back 😉

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