Perfectly put bro. I personally hate texting. If you aren't there to reply within 5 minutes of her message, she starts assuming all this crap.
I broke up with a girl last summer because she constantly complained that I didn't text her enough and said that we had no chemistry because of it. She had the nerve to compare my texting habits to her friends. She would text me at 8am asking what I was up to. "getting ready for work, what else" lol. Women are strange.
I feel as though if you love someone you would push past your comfort zone to convey that love, whether you are hip to texying or calling or not. I think it does depend on how often you could see her but all in all, I don't see how someone could keep being madly in love with someone all to themselves.
@INEEDADVICE223 It's called talking in person. I'm an adult, I don't have time to be glued to my phone 24/7 and I have the emotional stability to not lose my mind if I go a day or two without talking to my SO. That's also my biggest issue with texting. I just don't have much to say. Most days are just not all that exciting. Like I said, I had a girlfriend that would text/call me almost every day at 8am. Every day it was the same thing. Just making breakfast and getting ready for work. I didn't see the purpose of the phone call. Personally I like to save my day's experiences for when we meet in person. If we text each other our every move, there is nothing to talk about when we finally meet in person.I also did have a girlfriend once (best girlfriend I've ever had) that understood this. I simply told her that I'm not big on texting or phone calls so unless it was really important, I'd prefer we just talk when we see each other next. She respected that and it worked just fine for us.
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@INEEDADVICE223 That's why you're 18 and don't know anything.