POPSUGAR Love You Don't Need Permission To You Don't Need Permission To . . . You Don't Need Permission To . . . by DearSugar 4/02/08 0 Shares Like us on Facebook Sign up for our daily newsletter > . . . have an argument over email instead of doing it face to face. Source Read More You Don't Need Permission ToLove And Sex POPSUGAR, the #1 independent media and technology company for women. Where more than 75 million women go for original, inspirational content that feeds their passions and interests. Get Inspired With Our Living Newsletter Personalize Vegetarian Love and Sex Tech Food DIY Home Sign up with facebook or By signing up, I agree to the Terms and to receive emails from POPSUGAR. Hootie 7 years Sometimes when dealing with a certain type of person e-mail is best. Especially after you have tried to talk with them and they cut you off, don't hear what you are saying or just want to throw low blows and hang up. With an e-mail you can take your time, make sure you get out what you want to say. And you can reread it before you send it to clarify anything that might come across wrong. marcella 7 years my policy is to not write anything supremely negative over email. i save that for face-to-face confrontations. aimeeb 7 years It's better to speak in person but sometime the other party isn't the best dealing with face to face. I've had to converse in emails and I think if that's the only way I don't see a problem with it. ayuninur 7 years I agree with juicylove.. ayuninur 7 years I agree with juicylove.. shernic82 7 years I did this once...but I was so angry at the person I knew my blood would boil at the sight of her! However, usually I prefer to just deal with it in person and get it over with. pippins_halfling 7 years I prefer fighting in person... it's faster, so you're faster to make up. :) My best friend lives in England, so if we argue, it takes forever to make up. And even after we make up, we've spent all that time being upset with each other that those sour feelings don't go away very quickly. :( KimBurnett 7 years I agree with juicylove. KimBurnett 7 years I agree with juicylove. juicylove 7 years things can and usually are taken out of context when written over email or instant messangers, since you cant tell the expression or tone of their voice its easier to take things the wrong way. phone or in person is probably best:). popgoestheworld 7 years Text messaging fights? Holy cow. I can barely scratch out hello using text message. I'm so behind the times! (sadness) Frenched 7 years I've never FOUGHT through e-mail but I do feel that I get my point across better to my husband when I write things down for him on e-mail. That way he can't ignore what I say. Heh. Jude-C 7 years I've had a few text fights with my fiance before. It doesn't work so well for us--we just end up making each other madder, so that by the time we see each other, things are way worse than they should be. almost-famous 7 years LOL at Lovely_1 almost-famous 7 years LOL at Lovely_1 Lovely_1 7 years blah it happens... sometimes it is the only way someone will listen to you! Because they can't inturupt or walk away! They HAVE no choice but to READ what you are telling them! Lovely_1 7 years blah it happens...sometimes it is the only way someone will listen to you! Because they can't inturupt or walk away! They HAVE no choice but to READ what you are telling them! emalove 7 years Ugh, I think that's lame and pretty immature! If it's someone that matters to you, you should try to resolve the issue face to face. Or at least over the phone.