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Rachael Lloyd at e Harmony said: "Just because you are at home visiting your old haunts, it doesn't necessarily mean you should feel compelled to haunt a former partner.

"Though some people are happy to reconnect with an ex over Christmas, it's important to ensure you are both on the same page to avoid confusion or hurt.

And who can forget the delightful trend of “ghosting”, when someone suddenly cuts all ties and communication with the person they've been seeing.

HAVE you started dating someone who has lavished on the attention and then things have quickly soured?

The trend follows on from research conducted by e Harmony and Relate that revealed one in 10 singles dread the Christmas period, and a similar number feel upset and stressed at this time of year.

Chances are you could have been a victim of “love bombing.” First we had ghosting and then benching, but this brutal new dating trend is yet another obstacle that singletons have to deal with this year - and could be the most manipulative tactic yet.

Love bombing is a seductive tactic, where a manipulative person tries to control another individual with “bombs”, brimming from day one.

When one person intentionally manipulates and exploits another’s weakness or insecurity, there’s no other word for it.” Dale advised that healthy relationships build slowly and couples should maintain healthy friendships and relationships with friends and family throughout.

Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences Professor at UCLA, Joe Pierre, wrote in Psychology Today why people can fall for a love bombing abuser.

The trend follows on from research conducted by e Harmony and Relate that revealed one in 10 singles dread the Christmas period, and a similar number feel upset and stressed at this time of year.

Chances are you could have been a victim of “love bombing.” First we had ghosting and then benching, but this brutal new dating trend is yet another obstacle that singletons have to deal with this year - and could be the most manipulative tactic yet.

Love bombing is a seductive tactic, where a manipulative person tries to control another individual with “bombs”, brimming from day one.

When one person intentionally manipulates and exploits another’s weakness or insecurity, there’s no other word for it.” Dale advised that healthy relationships build slowly and couples should maintain healthy friendships and relationships with friends and family throughout.

Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences Professor at UCLA, Joe Pierre, wrote in Psychology Today why people can fall for a love bombing abuser.

The new trend involves lonely folk being contacted by a former flame who ‘reappears’ over the festive period.