If you haven’t tried it, probably many of your friends have.I used it back in my single days and found it very effective for reaching out to many people who I wouldn’t have otherwise been able to contact or interact with.
If a potential love interest texts instead of calling, text back, “Call me.” If they don’t, they may have saved you from future heartache.Remind yourself that whatever you drunk text is likely going to annoy, or even worse, anger the recipient, and you will end up looking a fool. Get a second opinion from a trusted friend, or if the text really bothers you, reply with something neutral and then bring it up to your date in person. This is especially important for women who are dating (and texting with) men.We all get drunk from time to time, but as a general rule of thumb, when you're partying, give your texting finger a vacation. Men are pretty simple creatures when it comes to their phones. Passive-aggressive behavior via text is just as unacceptable a form of communication as it is in real life. With words, sexting can be very exciting (hey, I'm a writer).Good communication is the foundation of a happy relationship. It is unbelievable to me that anyone would attempt to communicate relationship altering information via a text. Clients have told me they have said I love you for the first time, agreed to be exclusive, held entire arguments and even broken up without speaking a single word to each other. I also think it is cowardly to initiate a date via text.I do understand the appeal for the sender; there is no pressure on what to say if you’re turned down.