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"Unfortunately, text has become the primary form of communication in modern relationships because of the convenience and the ability to text while doing other things," says Ryan.
Hearing your partner's reaction, inflection, and tone of their voice will help you better understand them emotionally and can only heighten your communication skills with that person.
With texting, you only have words and a permanent record is left.
Besides, between spellcheck and Siri, there is lots of room for strange and unusual mistakes.""Calling, or face-to-face communication, is better than texting because there are nonverbal cues that are lost in texting," Carrie Sharpe, Communication Consultant and Speaker, who helps people strengthen their relationships by improving their communication skills, tells Bustle.
These misunderstandings can cause rifts in relationships.
Because we cannot see or hear the person speaking, much of the message's meaning can be lost.""Eighty percent of human communication is nonverbal and during texting, because we cannot see the other person's face, hear their tone of voice or observe their physical posture and mannerisms, the information transmission quickly breaks down," Ryan says.