Have you ever been ignored by someone? It’s not a good feeling but it happens sometimes. You may not know the reason why you are being ignored then here are some hints for you to consider.
Ask yourself why the person ignoring you might be doing so. They might be purposely or accidentally ignoring you. Think back to the last time you spoke to them -- were they angry or hostile toward you? Did you say something to offend them? If so, they are probably still stewing over whatever it was setting them off in the first place. On the other hand, if you had a great time with them last time, there’s probably some intervening factor which has led them to ignore you inadvertently. Perhaps they are busy studying for a test or have become infatuated with a new love interest.
Ask a third party why you’re being ignored. If the person ignoring you is a friend or coworker, ask a mutual friend or coworker if they might know why you’re being ignored. Perhaps this mutual friend could identify or explain to you why the person ignoring you is doing so. Perhaps you’ve angered them without realizing it but rather than telling you so directly, they’ve decided to just ignore you to avoid deepening the conflict. A third party might be able to examine the situation more objectively and help you figure out why you’re being ignored.
Ask the person ignoring you directly why they’re ignoring you. Confront the individual who is ignoring you. Ask them to talk privately. In a quiet, private place, calmly ask “Hey, I was wondering why you’ve been ignoring me?” Present evidence that they’ve been ignoring you, such as not returning your calls or emails, or not responding when you speak to them. Listen attentively to their explanation.
All in all, it’s not good to be ignored but you should find out about the reason in order not to do it later.