Dating and texting rules brenda song and jason dolley dating
I came across a 2009 study released by the PEW Internet Project that found 66% of American mobile subscribers between the ages of 30-49 use text messaging.Use of texting as the primary method of communication is growing in popularity in every age group under 45.
For one thing, most of us have fingers that are NOT bony.
Those little tiny buttons on the cell phones are ridiculously small.
Plus, many of us have to find our reading glasses so we can even SEE the damn keyboard anyway!
Women have the extra challenge of long and/or fake fingernails. However, they have absolutely no traction on those little tiny plastic buttons on a cell phone keypad.
So then why is there so much hesitation when it comes to picking up the phone?
Has texting become the newest addition to the list of “if you can’t beat ’em, join ’em?” I believe the growing preference for texting has a lot to do with its impersonal nature.It’s much easier to launch a new relationship by exchanging texts than it is to talk.It’s also very easy to say and do things over a screen that one would never have the nerve to do face to face (or say ear to ear).That would make things easier I suppose, but it also creates new problems. When texting, the other party cannot receive those fine nuances of communication such as tone of voice, held back giggles, excited breathing, or body language that demonstrates anxiety, happiness or growing irritation Texting it seems, is here to stay, but there needs to be some rules in place.After listening to dozens of complaints from friends, coworkers, and family about their relationships and texting, I came up with “Deborrah’s 10 Texting Rules For Dating Singles.” #1 Do Share Updates or Ask for Simple Instructions. Texting to update your date on your revised arrival time is a considerate thing to do.Tags: Adult Dating, affair dating, sex dating