6 Ground Rules for Early, Highly Effective Dating Texts

If you are in the beginning stages of a relationship with someone, sending them a text message can be quite nerve-wracking. Because there are so many questions, your head is spinning  

What is the best way to begin, how frequently should I send messages, should I have sent that, why aren't they responding, and a great deal of other questions? It is sufficient to keep you glued to the spot, and you will never send another SMS again!  

Simplify texting. Tell stories, make jokes, provide your whole bio, or describe your day in detail when you're together. Don't overshare. Save some for later, some for face-to-face, and some for this enigma you slowly unveil.

1. Write simply.

Add, "Looking forward to seeing you" / "I had a great time." Say "Yes." if your schedule is free and you're available. Being hard to get makes the other person think you don't care  

2. You can tell someone you like them.

Kindness and consideration are typical of you. Right? No games! Treat your new partner like you want to be treated. Being honest in text helps manage the relationship without dishonesty or trickery  

3. Be yourself in every message.

You have 5–25 minutes after they text you, unless you can't access to your phone. Playing "I'm going to make them wait" wastes time and doesn't get you anywhere. Texting back on time displays maturity.  

4. Text back, don't ignore.

The universe returns what we send out. You'll tell them the truth if you assume they're telling you. Assume the text means what it says. Never assume you know more than the text says  

5. Assume good communication intentions.

Most crucial rule. Do not text if they haven't responded! This is their turn. They will reply when ready. We never know what will happen, so assume the best. This is another approach to show you want a patient partner and to get back together.  

6.Have patience not to overthink when you don't know answers.  

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