Relationships are a lot different today than they were 100, 50, or even 30 years ago. Thanks to technology, we as a species are constantly connected with one another, making communication easy regardless of where you are. And this technology has come as a blessing and curse in the impact and affect it can have on a relationship.
Chances are that when you first met and begun to see your partner, the two of you were in constant communication. You’d chat on the phone late at night and text each other in the morning and throughout work up until the point where when you weren’t physically together, rest assured, you were still communicating. If that communication begins to slow down, don’t worry, it's natural and actually a good thing; for it shows trust and confidence in the relationship you have. However, when that communication river suddenly becomes a trickling stream that is almost dry, it may be signs of a problem.
We all know how easy communicating is these days, which makes it so difficult to deal with when one part suddenly stops doing it. And in our modern age, few things feel worse then being snubbed on your phone calls, texts and social media posts. In reality, when a person starts to lose interest in another, they may start having difficulty in talking to you or hanging around you, which is why they begin to avoid your calls and texts. And although it is something none of us wants to admit, the reality is that it is very easy to send a quick message and reply to a call, so if you are suddenly being dodged (or doing the dodging) it may be time to end the relationship.