Too much communication dating
Pop culture stereotypes of "absent-minded professors,""geeks," and "nerds" are familiar labels to most of us, conjuring images of rather odd and laughable eccentrics.
But for the first time in history, these nerds who we once thought of as unpopular and sexually unattractive, have been experiencing a pop culture makeover.
According to Pew, 79 percent of girls say they spend time texting their partners daily, compared with 66 percent of boys saying the same.
This is hardly a surprise or an indictment: Women are hard-wired to be more verbal.
We speak 20,000 words a day, 13,000 more than the average man.
Isn’t it just as easy to check your email or your Tinder/JSwipe/Hinge as it is a text?It’s modern-day twist on classic gender disparities that men and women have struggled with for decades.As texting has increased, so have its implications for relationships.Lots of couples use digital methods of communication in their long-distance relationships to feel closer to each other.Tools such as Skype or social media apps like Face Time can be a great way to catch up with each other’s day!