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I, however, am in the midst of a dating phenomenon that could only occur in the age of social media. We met on Tindernaturally, and after our first date, we added each other on Facebook, Snapchat and Instagram. After our second date, he stopped answering my texts. I soon gathered it was over, but in the ensuing days, I noticed he was watching every single one of my Instagram and Snapchat stories — and was often one of the first people to do so. This is not ghosting.
This is orbiting. This is just speculative, though.
Philip Ellisa writer who lives in the U. Philip believes orbiting takes on extra nuance in the gay male community. Taylor, like Philip, suggests that this is a pattern among men. Who is googling this?!
Another friend of mine, Alex, has experienced this firsthand. He started ignoring my texts while he was watching my Snapchat stories. I got so mad that I texted him that he better stop watching my stories if he planned to keep ignoring my messages. And for those who are liking and commenting, the question of visibility is answered: They know you know. So why? She proposes a few explanations for why Tyler and others might orbit.
If circumstances change for example, the orbiter decides they want to pursue a relationshipthe orbiting behavior also offers a relatively easy entry to return back into your life i. I admit, the desire to check up on someone you used to know whether it was platonic or romantic is strong.
Creeping, however, is distinct from orbiting. Not texting someone back but continuing to look at their social media content almost feels like a betrayal.
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