Dating without without a cellphone

03-Feb-2016 20:35

While the study didn't dig deeper to determine if single sent text messages during foreplay or in the afterglow of lovemaking, one thing is for sure; the mobile phone is the number one accessory of choice.

While this news shouldn't be alarming, I dug a little deeper and read that last year, the reported on this trend, and there's actually a name for this mobile phone anxiety disorder -- Nomophobia.

We have a lot in common: We’re both writers; we’re the same age; we both hate being outside.

But there’s one fundamental difference: He has an Android, and I have an i Phone.

For starters, here’s a list of dos and don’ts to make sure you don’t cause him/her to run for the hills or, worse yet, never even get a chance to know how fabulous you truly are. ” text once you’re past the early stages of dating is always nice.

It can also be great in a relationship to send a quick note letting your guy or girl know you’re thinking about them once it’s established that there is mutual interest (provided you aren’t only going into date number two).

I figured, if we did end up together, we could raise our kids with both options, and when they were old enough they could make their own decisions about the phone they most identified with.

I recognize that this is not a lifestyle most people are seeking because for the reasons listed above it simply isn't practical.

I was visiting my parents upstate for the weekend, and was surprised to admit that I missed the writer.