Then, things become more personal over text as you start learning more about each other. “Texting changes as the intimacy level increases,” McSweeney tells Elite Daily. “This can also be a time of the most misunderstandings, and unfortunately those misunderstandings can lead to relationships ending,” McSweeney says.
Can a relationship survive on texting?
Although texting may have some advantages, too much of it can put a strain on a relationship because it is not intended to be a substitute for face-to-face communication. To give your relationship a chance at survival, do not rely solely on texting as a way stay in touch.
How can texting improve relationships?
In one recent and much publicized study, researchers at Brigham Young University found that couples who argued with text messages felt less happy about their relationships while couples who used text to coordinate plans and send thinking-of-you messages were convinced texting brought them closer together.
Is it healthy to text your partner all day?
When the need to text your partner all day is not healthy. For a relationship to be a healthy one, there have to be clear and open lines of communication. So, of course wanting to talk to and text with your partner in general is fine. In fact, Dorell says its good to text with your SO — in moderation.