Is there an ethical way to ghost someone?

A reader wonders what’s the least bad way to avoid someone

Let’s say you’re in a situationship and you want to end it, but for some reason you just can’t. Or maybe you’re seeing someone and you’ve decided they’re great, but they’re just not the person for you. Can it ever be okay to ghost someone? If so, how do you do that in the least bad way possible? Kai Cheng Thom takes on this eternal question. 

It’s our latest in the video series “Ask Kai: Quick Tips for the Apocalypse,” offering relationship advice for those in a hurry.

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