I've been thinking a lot lately about the way we communicate, particularly as it pertains to dating -- a relatively new world for me after a decade of serial monogamy, including a marriage. I've been mired in conversation with friends about the texts and dating app messages and phone calls that get exchanged during this seemingly oh-so-delicate dance we call dating. The careful selection of punctuation marks periods are often too serious, exclamations too enthused, no punctuation too lackadaisical , the waiting hours to reply to appear busy or cool or appropriately aloof, the excruciating dissection of -- and hanging on to -- each and every word -- is exhausting. And then of course there's the lack of communication altogether, the silence a breeding ground for making up truths that aren't true. But what relentlessly surfaces -- along with the frustration and impatience and over-analysis and questions Will he reach out?
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A special thank you to Brittany and Kristi for the article inspiration, Anna for panel As single millennials, the “Should I text him first?” inevitably. If he texted you first, then you certainly have the excuse of responding as your Do not text this guy if your gut is telling you that it is a bad idea.
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Jorge's relationship advice is based on experience and observation. He's seen many people—including himself—get seduced and hurt by love. Imagine you went on a date with a great guy. He was intelligent, kind, funny, and a joy to be around.
Five guys, ages 20 — 30, opened up about what goes through their minds before they hit send. Our panel of eligible male millennials: Names have been changed. David, 20 Braden, 20 Cameron, 23 Ben, 27 Nate, Four out of five of the guys said yes, there are rules to texting. Ben, 27, thinks it goes beyond whether or not you send those monkey emojis: