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Girls guide to dating zombies

Psychologically speaking, someone who provides intermittent reinforcement (sometimes responsive, other times not; sometimes happy, other times not) is the most addictive prospect — and also the most toxic.

And then decides to pop back into your life without any explanation. The ‘hey, what’s up’ text, apology not included,” they explain.

Welcome to the ambiguity and confusion of modern dating. Here’s how to deal with all the disappearing acts and reemerging prospects in today’s dating pool.

Before you dive back in with a zombie or submarine, ask yourself if this connection was strong enough to really be worth it. If this person is coming back to ask you out again, you’re in the driver’s seat now. If it was a so-so connection (or likely a slower-growing one), honestly, you’re better off looking for someone else.

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However, if you’re going to entertain someone who submarined or zombied you, you’ve got to clear the air.

When you see them again, just say something like, “I was surprised to hear from you again, but happy you reached out. ” Anyone who can’t give a clear, honest answer probably doesn’t have the communication skills you need to build a relationship. Before you commit to someone, make sure their pattern is one of consistency." data-reactid="35"Before you commit to someone, make sure their pattern is one of consistency.intermittent reinforcement (sometimes responsive, other times not; sometimes happy, other times not) is the most addictive prospect — and also the most toxic.

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