There’s nothing worst than feeling like a relationship is going to being successful and never hearing from the from the person again. It’s called ghosting and it happens to the best of us.
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Georgetown University student Katie Miller decided to be proactive about her failed relationships. She decided she’d take matters into her own hands. The 21-year-old created an “exit survey” for the men she’s dated casually and seriously.
Miller told Insider, ”I wanted to see if I could prevent that, and I wanted to ask why it happened without initiating a conversation.”
Her friend thinking that the survey was funny, posted it to twitter and the tweet quickly became a viral sensation.
Miller hopes that the honesty and constructive criticism will lead her to her happily every after. A few brave young men have indeed responded to the survey with small suggestions like “Come to some bars with me.” Katie’s ultimate goal is to find a partner and not get tossed in the chaos. She says “I’m hoping the responses give me something to improve on so that dating can be less confusing.”
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College Student Gives Her Exes “Exit Survery” After Getting Ghosted was originally published on 92q.com