If you see the following acronyms on your kids' gadgets, it's time for a serious talk.

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The only reason you’re texting is because you hope to meet him and go on a date.

After a few exchanges, drop a guy who doesn’t make any effort.

Those letters and numbers are an ever-evolving code that kids pick up from their friends.

Some acronyms really are harmless, like the now-common LOL, but there are plenty that aren't.

One of my clients always started texting by asking about a man’s job, how his week was going, or where he grew up.

These uninspired openers didn’t do much to get the conversation going.

If you've looked at any teen's communications, you'll see them Sometimes it feels like parents and teens don't speak the same language.