A study was conducted to explore modern-day texting between men and women.The study found that guys don’t like it when they text more than the girl they like, yet they don’t like it when a girl texts too much as well.The study found that women, on the other hand, find joy in texting frequently and hate it when guys don’t text as much.
They see this as a blow to their ego *males, sheesh*, and they take it as a sign that you’re not interested. They’re reaching out to you, which means that they’re okay with being vulnerable – even if it’s through texting.
It affects their self-esteem and gives them a clearer picture of how much you really like them. When you keep sending strange emojis instead of a “yes” or “no” to a perfectly simple question, this guy might decide to text someone else who knows how to speak the human language. When you ignore messages like those, they get bummed out and can even see it as a sign of insecurity on your end. Who wouldn’t get freaked out by your extreme attention to detail? Aside from watching your partner type, you should probably refrain from putting too much importance on the seen receipt *we’re looking at you, Facebook*. Nobody is stupid enough to keep sending messages to the wrong number over and over again.
Most of the time, this happens when women are mad, because they think it’s the right way to get their point across.
Ladies, take heed of this advice, because passive-aggressive jabs like these only make things worse. A lot of guys said that they’re turned off by really bad grammar.
The most common mistakes they look at are wrong spelling and confusing contractions like “you’re” and “it’s.” That’s what autocorrect is for, right? [Read: 20 flirty ways to text your crush and get them interested] #12 Using ALL CAPS.
As much as we’d hate to admit it, using uppercase letters while texting is now alluded to mothers who just discovered cell phones and people who are shouting.
It’s strange, but it seems like they just want a balance within the relationship dynamic.
They know it’s necessary, but they hardly see it as a social crutch.
This is not because women aren’t as invested in their careers, but because most women are more patient.