Actress Bea Alonzo said being ghosted is one of the most painful things a woman can experience, but one that can also make them stronger.
“Being ghosted is the most painful thing a woman can go through… But it could be the most empowering and most beautiful thing that could also happen to a woman,” she said in an Instagram Live broadcast with G3 San Diego on Monday night, as reported by PEP.
She said that when you get ghosted, or being left without any warning or a formal closure, you get to pick up the pieces and in the process, discover so much about yourself.
Last year, Alonzo revealed that her ex-boyfriend Gerald Anderson just stopped talking to her and that they did not have a formal breakup.
“Honestly, to my understanding we did not break up. He just started not talking to me,” she said after Anderson claimed that they broke up.