I want to listen to someone I care about talk about their day, not just read a message over a phone screen saying it was good.
Social networks claim to bring us closer together, but I can’t help thinking they’re really just pulling us apart.
Your heart literally skips when someone comments on one of your photos or posts.
“When you speak to someone, open your eyes and really look at them. Don’t bury your face or fingers into your phone but hold your head high, shoulders back, and open yourself and your mind up to learning about the lives of others.”
Taking a sexual Snapchat isn’t easy. This isn’t taking a picture of snow or a cappuccino or a drunken duck face selfie. This is capturing your freak flag. Like boom, there it is.
I assume the worst. He’s met someone else. Someone funnier than me. Someone more interesting than me. Someone more beautiful than me. Someone who has made him forget me.
If it’s you always making the dates and the hangouts — you should take a step back and realize you are worth more.
Our generation has found a way to conclude that if a guy or girl isn’t constantly texting you the value of your relationship is seriously diminished.
If you’re running late, you send a text to say so; if you have to cancel, you send an email five minutes before. You treat others this way because it’s the way they treat you, even though you hate it when they do.