You may have heard of the latest dating trend called breadcrumbing aka when you're seeing someone, have gone on a few dates with someone, or have been texting with someone you met online who gives you just enough attention to keep you in the picture but in reality, they're stringing you along via text. Like ghosting, benching, or zombieing, it's pretty much another crappy way to phase out someone you're seeing. But breadcrumbing is nothing new. Jennifer Rhodes, licensed psychologist, relationship expert, and the founder of the bi-costal consultancy, Rapport Relationshipstells Bustle. According to Rhodes there are two ways to handle this behavior.
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