Receiving uncomfortable sexting messages?
Exchanging sexting messages is only cool if both parties enjoy the practice. Therefore it is wise to sext someone you are acquainted with. However, there comes a time when you wish someone stops stalking you. The annoying messages could be coming from a stranger, ex-partner, co worker or authoritative figure.
The situation can, however, be made delicate if you want the person to refrain from sending such messages while you still hold onto your friendship.
Here are a few tricks of how to stop sexting messages:
- Open up on your true fillings
Your sexting partner might not be aware that the messages are offending you. For example, it could be a new man trying to woo you. Just like he has been honest with his feelings towards you reply back honestly. If you are into another relationship state it. If the messages are offensive to you say it. Keeping quiet will only encourage him to continue sending the offensive messages.
- If from a friend, change into a more comfortable topic
This is especially helpful if your partner is the one sending the sexting pics or sex texts. It is a good way to close on the sensitive subject yet not offend him or her. Why not change the direction of the conversation to a less sexy topic.
- If the text is from a stranger or ex, block the number
Don’t bother to dig dipper about the stranger simply block his number. Probably the stranger could be sending young nude pictures to stir problems in your relationship. Engaging in a conversation with him may give him a reason to go on. A stranger sexting you a dick picture it’s like someone forcing himself to be intimate with you.
If he is your ex-boyfriend, then blocks his number and by extension block him also from your social media pages.
Have you ever sexted the wrong party?
Was it a personal photo or a naughty text? This is one of the most horrible mistakes to commit while sending sexting messages to your girlfriend. It leaves you feeling embarrassed or guilty.
So how do you get over it?
Pause and take a break
A message sent to the wrong person can’t be retrieved back. The worst mistake is to follow with a series of messages explaining you mistake. Chances are the wrong party has erased your message and wants to forget about the stray text.
If he/she doesn’t reply in about an hour then forget about it
Apologize and move on
Don’t send a lengthy apology; it will only propagate the awkwardness of the situation. Make it precise. For example, you can say; I apologize that wasn’t meant for you. Or I’m sorry; I intended to channel it to my boyfriend.
Clear it with a phone call
Immediately after realizing you have made the mistake, clear it out through a phone call. Explaining it to that person before makes up his mind on who you are. Don’t wait for his reaction.
Inform everybody your phone has been stolen
In case the contents of the stray sex text were so serious that it makes you extremely nervous, pretend your phone was stolen. Borrow a cell phone from a friend. Post the message on your social media account. You then won’t be blamed for the stray sexting pics or texts.
You don’t have to be downhearted for long just because of a stray picture. To help you get over such a situation, own the mistake, apologize and move on. It’s the wise thing to do. However, it should act as a lesson so that you exercise carefulness next time.