(Okay, maybe it’s not quite as easy, but still…) And really, is there a need to text before the date, except to confirm the day before?
Shows like "The Big Bang Theory" and "Silicon Valley" glamorize these nerds by showing them to not only make big bucks, but actually get the girl (even if she's a nerdy girl too).
Computer and technological proﬁciency is not only hip, it’s essential, and so it makes sense that those most technically adept are ﬁnally getting some respect and maybe even a little nookie.
Sure, everyone knows they aren’t easy, but how do you know if your long-distance relationship is healthy or not? Thankfully, the answer is NO, not all long-distance relationships fail!
But it can be tricky figuring out if yours is healthy.
If you’ve been unlucky enough, you’ve no doubt heard this notification for text messages. ” It’s humorous, but also ironic: Many people live in your phone, and the unspoken expectation of constant communication that texting makes possible is changing the way men and women relate, likely for the worse.
Upon an arriving text, with a voice like an English gnome (are there American gnomes? Texting is now as ubiquitous to relationships as cell phones are to people.Lots of couples use digital methods of communication in their long-distance relationships to feel closer to each other.Tools such as Skype or social media apps like Face Time can be a great way to catch up with each other’s day!The article says this: “It’s a trend we’ve coined ‘premature escalation’…since our whole world is so instant now, people can craft entire personas through their slew of texts…They might say, “I want to make sure you’re not with anyone I don’t like,” or “I’m just checking in on you.” Healthy relationships are based on trust, and everyone deserves freedom in their relationship without fear of angering their partner.