TYPE OF TEXTS THAT CAN RUIN YOUR RE­LA­TION­SHIP

Keep these points in mind.

Woman's Era - - Contents - Mal­lika Chugh

W e all love to keep in touch with our spe­cial ones. We want to be in con­stant con­tact with them. We want that all the de­tails should be shared. We tend to spend most of our time glued to the mo­bile screen so that we can chat with the love of our life. Here are a few things which you should avoid while tex­ting if you don’t want to ruin your re­la­tion­ship. Tex­ting rarely or very lit­tle: Tex­ting rarely can be a sign to the other per­son that you are not in­ter­ested in them any­more. It can make them feel ig­nored and left out. One could feel loss of love as well. They could feel that you do not want to in­vest your time on them any­more. An­noy­ing and nag­ging texts: An­noy­ing and nag­ging texts are a big NO in one’s re­la­tion­ship. One al­ways wel­comes sug­ges­tions but don’t get af­ter their life to do some­thing they don’t want to do. Forc­ing or nag­ging them can be­come very an­noy­ing and could even lead to break-up or loss of love.

For­warded mes­sages only: If one tends to only send for­warded mes­sages, the other per­son would feel that you have noth­ing to talk to them. You are sim­ply just send­ing for­warded mes­sages to main­tain con­tact. This could even re­sult in a psy­cho­log­i­cal be­lief that the men­tal fre­quency does not match any­more. Send­ing mes­sages to pick a fight: If one sends mes­sages to pick fights with one’s part­ner there is a surety that the re­la­tion­ship would soon end. This would give a sense of dis­com­fort, make them un­in­ter­ested and leads to loss of love. Your sig­nif­i­cant other would not like to spend time with you or love you the way he or she has loved you ear­lier.

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