Text Messaging

Of the quarrel Regardless, never reduce yourself to typing out the darkest of your respective relationship fears in a text. Save this for face-to-face time and you’ll thank yourself for the effort and time since you’ll either smooth the problem over correctly or uncover the unfixable flaw. To tell her the amount of you prefer being with her or – gasp – that it could even be love, leave the written sonnets to chat and Shakespeare over dinner instead. Extremes of apprehension or happiness ought to be treated the same in relation to communication, so be cautious before you create more problems.
Rocky-road texting: She left for Vegas with her girlfriends, but you found out her ex will be there too. Accuse her of deceiving you or be a cool new boyfriend? Problems like this are all too common in new love bonds. No matter the answer, don’t let your plan of attack be guided by your SMS inbox.
These are the sorts of fights that become too intricate to battle within the 140-character limit that diminishes genuine feelings, no matter how right or wrong you are. Even if she provokes something, just send her a simple message back. Don’t worry, we’ll talk later” will suffice until you dig into the problem’s root face to face.
The breakup and beyond
Perhaps what happened in Vegas didn’t stay in Vegas, and your girlfriend’s two-day fling with an Argentinean fire breather from Circus Circus didn’t fly with you when she got back. Times are hard and this flame must be put out. Be classy about your approach.
Any breakup initiated by any text is classless. No e-mail, Facebook message or Twitter reply can adequately end ties with any woman under any circumstances. Text messages fall under the same category – it may have been the worst relationship fathomable, but to break up with a woman through fickle means reflects poorly upon you and any future relationship you plan to have.
After you’ve mustered the courage to just be friends,” don’t let the easy accessibility of text messaging ease you back into the relationship or even a casual fling. The familiarity of an ex is always alluring in the post-breakup state, especially when we haven’t completely moved on, but beware – post-breakup romps initiated with a what r u doin?” sent at 3 a.m. on a Saturday night often breed clinginess, inconvenience and awkward damage control soon after. When there is one lesson learned it’s that the convenience of a text message in the present can lead to more complications down the road.
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