“Society has increasingly become more connected to technology than to people. A new generation has emerged where a text message is often the way people get to know each other. Communicating face-to-face is being replaced with texting. It is rapidly redefining relationships, and the way people have them.
While texting is a quick and easy form of communicating, it isn’t very personal. You can’t feel, hear or touch a text. No one knows if you are nervous when texting. You can’t read body language or facial expression. In addition, people aren’t sure what to call what they are doing. Dating has been replaced with “We have been texting.” Shouldn’t dating and texting be two separate entities? ”