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Besides, between spellcheck and Siri, there is lots of room for strange and unusual mistakes.""Calling, or face-to-face communication, is better than texting because there are nonverbal cues that are lost in texting," Carrie Sharpe, Communication Consultant and Speaker, who helps people strengthen their relationships by improving their communication skills, tells Bustle.
"Seeing facial expressions and body language helps us understand the speaker's motivations and intentions.
Both had to do with texting triggering a relationship break up.
In one case a young man got into a text war with his girlfriend who was away for the weekend with her girlfriends, and didn’t stay in touch with him, the way he did with her when he was the one who was out of town," April Masini, relationship and etiquette expert tells Bustle. He wrote me asking for clarification on what happened.
Because we cannot see or hear the person speaking, much of the message's meaning can be lost.""Eighty percent of human communication is nonverbal and during texting, because we cannot see the other person's face, hear their tone of voice or observe their physical posture and mannerisms, the information transmission quickly breaks down," Ryan says.
Another reader on my forum initiated “the talk” about the status of an eight-month relationship with her boyfriend, via text. She wrote asking if it was over, wanting to get him back.
After scrolling through the conversation, I'll offer a few possible interpretations, along with the obligatory "but don't read into it too much!
But it's not just women or singles who deal with text message misinterpretations, confusion, stress, and assumptions, plenty of people in relationships get caught up in decoding text messages, or worse, engage in text fights."This is one of the biggest relationship pitfalls that I hear about in my practice," Laura L.
Instead of learning how your significant other responds emotionally to certain comments or questions, you are left knowing what they are saying and missing how they feel.
We tend to read comments how we would say them which means your presumed context may be completely different from what they really mean.