I know we have collectively decided as a society that text messaging is a completely acceptable form of communication. Somehow we think is it fine to deliver bad news, be romantic, or even break up with someone in a text message. Yeah, can we go back and vote on this again?
You can’t replace verbal communication because there is nothing like hearing a man’s voice asking to see you and spend time with you. It’s just the best feeling that can spark chemistry instantly! So why are so many people happy to use texting in it’s place?
I know a young lady who is seeing someone new who insists of texting all their important conversations. She protested at first but now she adapted and is missing those actual conversations by phone or better yet face to face.
Would it be unfair to ask the person you are dating to limit the text messages you two exchange?
Do you think texting when you are in the early stages of dating brings you closer or impedes the relationship?
Has texting ever been an issue for you? How did you resolve it?
By Wise Diva, Misadventures in Atlanta