Dating and texting
Simply say to yourself, “That’s rude and it’s better to know this now, rather than later on.” And then swipe and move on.It may be hard not to obsess over the why and how of it all as scroll through the history of your text messages.
Having said that, I highly recommend using text more for scheduling time together, rather than as your principal means of communication.So, don’t necessarily get hung up if your friend doesn’t respond immediately.According to Match.com’s Single in America study, 34 percent of daters in their 20s expect a response to a text in under 10 minutes (say what?!?! If you’re over the age of 25 then your hands may be busy with work, driving, cooking, or I don’t know…maybe even being respectfully present with others and living a life.Don’t assume that everyone has the same comfort level with texting as you do.It may be your primary mode of communication or you may be a bit old-fashioned and prefer talking on the phone.
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Whatever the case, if there is a discrepancy in the level with texting that you are uncomfortable with, have a straight conversation about it. Just simply check in about their texting preference.