The technology provided the texting and electronic communication more power than the face-to-face communication, to the extent that the people would no longer need to see each other. According to the studies that had been formulated by Adams et al. (2008) upon 696 of the undergraduate students, it had been realized that the text communication is considered to be representing more than 31% of the entire approaches that would be deployed by the young people for the communication, while more than 56% of the respondents of the study had been ensuring that they would favour listening more than talking during the face-to-face communication and social interactions. This had been ensuring that the majority of the students and the young people would be lacking the desire for the interacting throughout traditional approaches (Pinchot, Douglas, Paullet, & Rota, 2011). Whitty & Gavin (2001) had been suggesting that the development of interactive and texting communication processes had been leading a unique approach for the intimate relationship among the young people (Plumb, 2013). Different perspectives had been identifying of whether or not the texting communication tools should be replacing the face-to-face communication. Although the performing of the face-to-face communication would be very hard to be implemented with the highly advanced societies, face-to-face communication can be replaced by the texting communication.