Of all of the dating dilemmas people come to me with, texting is at the top of the list. I have no doubt that texting etiquette and texting interpretation faux pas have tanked more budding relationships than anyone could actually count! I hear a lot of women complain about men who text instead of call. The argument goes: If he really liked me, he'd call me, not text.
Texting And Dating Etiquette: Are You Keeping Him Interested Or Pushing Him Away? | Thought Catalog
Texting is the most important communication tool of the 21st century when it comes to dating. Texting can either make or break a forming relationship. I once went on a few dates with an amazing guy from JCrush with whom I hit it off super well. He said all the right things: I was pleasantly surprised and thrilled.
On the other hand, it has completely changed the course of dating forever, and not for the better. When I was in middle school if you liked someone you had to pick up your landline phone, call their home number, and speak to their mom to ask if they were even available. This took balls! Yes, guys had to have serious balls to actually speak to the girl they liked, which meant they had to have skin in the game.
Texting has changed relationships—and not for the better. NEVER send a text message to communicate emotions or feelings! Good communication is the foundation of a happy relationship. Texting is impersonal communication. It is unbelievable to me that anyone would attempt to communicate relationship altering information via a text.