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Online communication can be tricky. We can feel limited in our communication as we can’t use our body language, facial expressions, and tone of voice in quite the same way as we can during in-person conversations. It’s also possible for things to get confused as texting and messaging can’t always portray the emotion or the tone something was said in.
Having healthy online convos is super important though if you’re looking to maintain a relationship online, especially long-distance relationships.
If we are mindful of misunderstandings that can happen (through texting and messaging in particular), then we are more likely to really think about what we’re saying, and how we’re saying it.
If you have a conflict or something big to discuss, use voice/video calling over texting and messaging so you can hear and/or see each other.
Voice messages, videos or photos are way more intimate than standard voice calling and written messages.
Emojis and gifs can help you be more expressive in your texting/messaging. They add a fun visual element which helps to break up all those words.
It’s important that you give your partner/s and your relationship your full attention when you’re on voice or video calls. If you find that you end up being busy, it can help to reschedule the call for a later date rather than feeling like you have to multitask.
It’s easy to ignore your online partner/s if you don't feel like talking or are annoyed at them for something, but it’s important to keep communication open. It can help to explain to them how you are feeling, and work to arrange a time in the near future to talk.
Sexting and sending nudes are types of communication that can happen in online relationships. It’s super important that there is mutual consent when it comes to sexting and sending nudes, and that everyone is trusted not to share intimate content with others outside of the relationship.