Can We Talk

The reality is no two people are identical. Both act and react differently. Embracing those differences is what makes each of us unique, as well as our relationships with another. Communication is vital, so is the way in which we do it. Whether verbal or nonverbal, we must keep those lines open. Digital Technology makes communicating faster and more convenient. It should not replace the way we interact Face to Face. We have a voice, speak up. Conversation is not outdated, it connects us, helps to builds thriving relationships. Communicating left to text messaging alone, breaks down social conversations.



By inhiscare753

I reside on the East Coast of the United States with my two Beautiful Daughters.
We have overcome much adversity, God has seen us through.
Having to raise these now wonderful Young Ladies as a Single Mom was not my plan.

Designing and Writing Cards began at age Five.
Since my Mother was a Teacher it a tool to teach me to read and write was Card Making, Journaling as well as creating Poems.
I naturally had a passion for making up Silly Songs and imaginative stories.

As a Teacher Assistant Trainee at twelve years old in a Mentoring Program for The Texas Day Association.
My passion for making up Silly Songs and Jingles became Transitional Songs used to help children remember in a joyful way.
My Studies include Education, coupled with Business, Religion, along with several other certifications.


19 replies on “Can We Talk”

Great post Yonnie! Texting can be useful but one of the bad things about Texting is that you don’t know the tone of someone’s voice and can’t see their body language. This has caused issues in relationships because people can easily form wrong opinions that could have been avoided through face to face communication or at least a phone call.

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Yes, indeed Laleh. I don’t mind texting either. Especially when needing to deliver a short, quick message. Thinking of you messages are nice to send and receive. 😊🌸
Young people love texting, many stay in touch.

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Good post… Some things a text messaging is good for, like getting a quick yes or no answer from someone. However, to your point, it’s important to pick up the phone as well sometime and talk, since text messages can get generic if that is all the communication you and another individual is doing. Furthermore, talking on the phone can help to cut down on confusion that might happen from a text being misinterpreted by the receiver of it.

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