Things Your Kids Know: What The H*** is Ghosting, Benching & Zombieing?!


Okay, enough is enough! Kids these days literally have a word for everything. In this episode of Things Your Kids Know, we’re exploring some new school terms for old school dating habits.

Watch the video above to learn all about ghosting, benching, and zombieing. You may not know it by name but you probably have experienced it at one point of your life.



3 thoughts on “Things Your Kids Know: What The H*** is Ghosting, Benching & Zombieing?!

  1. Khafee on said:

    Unfortunately, social media and other forms of “trendy” communication has made it so impersonal that we don’t see people as human; we see them as objects. Yet, when we experience our person or feelings being dismissed or disrespected, we want others to see the human in us. I don’t partake in social media for various reasons. But, primarily because it’s just not my preference for socializing or communicating. I believe in human to human contact and I don’t believe in wasting vital energy engaging in empty chatter.

  2. Khafee on said:

    Ghosting, zombieing, and benching are all results of poor communication skills. It sounds cute and trendy, but it’s really a dysfunctional way of relating to people. These so-called “new” school terms are sending a message to our youngsters that its ok to treat people as if they are meaningless and disposable. So, you don’t have to respect them or their feelings; you can say whatever you want, however you want, or — you just don’t have to say anything at all. I don’t condone it. It’s not how I communicate. Nor, would I want my children to communicate in that manner.

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