Dating by text
Singles and experts say texting while in the throes of a new romance can pose specific problems.(Credit: i Stock/Getty Images) Walsh says being able to clearly state preferences and negotiate can lay the foundation for a strong relationship."I remember just feeling so weird about it," she said.
"The future of this is just more open communication about how we use technologies rather than assuming that they dictate our behavior," Trub said.They say it's always best to meet in real life to get a better sense of a person and whether they're a good match.Cobden and Walsh warn daters should look out for some red flags in a romantic interest's texting behaviour.These include include breadcrumbing, also known as simmering — when a person texts infrequently to string a person along — and icing, when someone uses excuses to slow down and eventually halt communication altogether.But all three experts warn against reading too much into the content and timing of someone's text.