” he wrote, then sent a You Tube video for a song we used to joke around to. About a year ago, the website Prime Mind defined the term: “To be zombied is to have someone you care about disappear from your life altogether only to have them bring a relationship back from the dead with an out-of-the-blue text or interaction on social media.” Francesca Hogi, a dating coach in Brooklyn, says zombie-ing is “incredibly common.” She’s had zombies in her own life, long before there was a name for it.
That’s right: Attempting to resurrect a dead relationship is so common that there’s a name for it.
In an interview with the Fox News Channel in June 2015, she talked about how she manages her busy schedule and also spilled out some spoilers of one of her shows, Turn: Washington Spies. She’s not going to curse me out on the phone and hurt my feelings. About four months later, however, I woke up one morning to a “Hey stranger, long time no talk” text sent the night before. “All these very casual ways of reaching out and contacting people, I think it gives [people] permission to say: Hey, the risk is very low.(born July 30, 1981) is an American soccer goalkeeper, two-time Olympic gold medalist, and World Cup champion.She was the goalkeeper for the United States women's national soccer team from 2000 through August 2016.