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“Knowing their favorite band, what they studied in school, or where they’ve traveled to are light and easy subjects for a chat," says Spira."Asking how their day is going shows you care." Despite feeling like texting is a medium, Spira warns that it's an illusion.You want to meet in person as quickly as possible because some people can have great texting chemistry but then aren't attracted to the person.” Online dating coach and relationship expert Damona Hoffman agrees.When it comes to moving from texting to the first date, the sooner the better.“You want to keep the texting light, playful and short-lived before the first date,” Hoffman tells Elite Daily. Because texting creates a false sense of intimacy that may lead to oversharing, since “when you are getting to know someone over text, you inevitably end up sharing things that you would never say face-to-face.”In my experience, the longer you draw out the pre-texting, the less likely you actually end up connecting in real life.
“In person is the best way to gauge chemistry," she says., you know how treacherous the texting waters can be.It’s so easy to fall into that grey area between meeting online and meeting up IRL.Texting builds an almost intimate bond that can sometimes make it harder to meet face-to-face, because now your meeting is fraught and full of high stakes.That being said, you should do some pre-date texting to check for deal-breakers, and more importantly, for safety reasons.