Make no mistake about it. Texting is going to play a very huge role in relationships and dating these days.
Communication has always served as an important foundation for any kind of relationship – most especially a romantic kind. The reason communication is important in a relationship is that it helps bring two people closer together. It helps generate intimacy. It helps bridge the gap between two people. And that is definitely going to be important in a romantic relationship. That’s why you always want to be staying mindful of the way that you and your partner communicate with one another.
And it definitely is no secret that texting is a very popular form of communication these days. In fact, it’s probably one of the most popular ways that people communicate with one another in this era of information. And there’s a reason for that. Texting is so convenient for two people to stay in communications even when they can’t be in the same physical location.
That’s why a lot of couples resort to the texting platform so as to maintain communications with one another even when they’re apart. However, there are plenty of us who make mistakes when we’re texting with our significant others. And you want to make sure that you limit these mistakes if you want to minimize the friction in your relationship. So, without much further ado, here are the bad texting habits that you need to avoid with your partner.
1. Don’t ask too many intrusive questions.
Don’t be intrusive with the questions. Don’t be so personal. Texting is more for causal communication throughout the day. You get to really know one another through real-life conversations that you have with each other.
2. Don’t send a message that you wouldn’t want the rest of the world to read.
Think about this for a second: would you ever Tweet what you’re about to send to your partner? If you wouldn’t Tweet it, it means that you’re not sure if the world is going to receive what you’re saying well. And it should be the same when you’re just texting ta partner who you’re getting to know for the first time.