Uh, I don't think texting disconnects couples. If you resort to primarily
texting for communication you had a problem long before that.We love
to blame everything on technology.Another excuse to avoid blaming
the people themselves.
Texting is a great way to tell your spouse "I'm in the casino" when
a phone call is inappropriate. Of course it's not a substitute for face to
face time. But there are times it's very effective.
Whatever works for couples, works!
Feelings and affection can be communicated via a "written" message, just
as was the case 100 years ago.The problem is that too many couples
prefer digital life to real life. I'd argue that spending an hour playing
Monopoly or Life provides a couple with real substance that cannot be found on
an xbox or the newest tablet or phone.Regular "real-time" is
needed at least. At best, I'd say "real-time" should be the most
time we spend with each other. The only people who can't see that have been
duped into a lie. You can't substitute anything for real time with your