After listening to a variety of complaints and frustrations, I've complied a list of reasons why dating in San Francisco is so damn hard. You Ghost Me, I Ghost You - Recently, a girlfriend of mine came to me for advice on why her recent online match started "ghosting" her.
For those of you who are unfamiliar with the term "ghosting," urban dictionary defines it as: "The act of suddenly ceasing all communication with someone the subject is dating, but no longer wishes to date.
I then told my friend that obviously this guy wasn't worth her while, and that he clearly has his own issues to deal with. Of course, I apologized and let them know that I had been busy with other things recently.
Fact of the matter is that ghosting has become a common dating practice that makes singles feel like sh*t.
No one wants to be ignored, but with all the crap and everything else going on in other people's lives, we need to remember not to take ghosting personally.
San Francisco, California, has both major, well-known neighborhoods and districts as well as smaller, specific subsections and developments.
I explained to my friend that she should not be offended by the fact that she had been ghosted. "I've even been ghosted," I mentioned reassuringly. I hate to admit it, but I was recently called out by someone for ghosting.While there is considerable fluidity among the sources, one guidebook identifies five major districts, corresponding to the four quadrants plus a south central district.These five broad districts, counterclockwise are: Central/downtown, Richmond, Sunset, Upper Market and beyond (south central) and Bernal Heights/Bayview and beyond (southeast).World Mark San Francisco occupies a historic building dating from 1908 on the corner of Bush and Stockton streets and is a short walk to Chinatown, Nob Hill and Union Square.The famous Powell Street Cable Car stops just one block away, and public transportation on the Bay Area Rapid Transit system is nearby.World Mark San Francisco puts you in the center of this dynamic city so that you can explore all it has to offer.