texting

Relationship experts reveal the reasons your ex may be reaching out, and how to know whether you should respond or ignore them.
It's all about facial cues, vocal tones and context. But there are ways to convey it in writing.
When did we start measuring how good a friend someone is or how important we are to them by their response time to texts and messages?
A mum has left the internet in hysterics after inadvertently texting her daughter a sexually explicit message.  Grace, a
Love bravely, text wildly and add an x wherever you go. Take back control. It's your choice to put the x not theirs and if you're not ready, don't put that x. If they take back their x, laugh wildly with your head back because they could not be as brave as you.
We still have the agonising waiting by the phone. Only these days it's more likely that it's for a message than a phone call. Don't let text messages cause you stress. Keep them short and sweet and don't let waiting and responding to text messages take over your life
4. Realising it has been three days and you never replied. Read more on The Huffington Post 3. Getting distracted by literally
Don't get me wrong, I and millions of other women will be happy to have one breastfeeding emoji at least. Big thanks to Rachel Lee and Joshua Jones - the design may not be perfect but we owe them our gratitude for getting this far.