I was driving home one day and saw two people on the road ahead, enjoying an evening afternoon stroll. I recognized them—knew them, in fact, quite intimately—and slowed down, raising one hand to wave.
They jammed their heads lower. They twisted their bodies to the side, to put as much of their backs towards me as possible. [Read more…] about Let’s Pretend You Don’t Exist: The Dangers of the Silent Treatment