Texting is great for staying in touch, but a new study claims that too much texting may end up disconnecting couples.

The study surveyed 276 young adults. 38% were in a serious relationship, 46% engaged, and 16% were married. Most of the couples (82%) admitted to trading texts multiple times per day as a way to communicate with one another.
Men who text their partners more are likely to be unhappy with the relationship, while women who text their partners more often are typically happier in the relationship and trying to reach out – but may be driving their partners away by appearing too intrusive, the study found.
The problem with texting is that it can't capture all information necessary in order to effectively communicate with your significant other. So if you have serious things to work out, it would be better to do it face to face.