With social networking at its peak, face-to-face communication has become scarce in modern society. With sites such as Facebook, Twitter, and MySpace face-to-face communication lost its indicative value. Social networking has become so widely spread throughout the world that it has become the primary form of communication. Both face-to-face communication and social media have limits and boundaries that contribute to their major distinctions( D. Kelly). With social networking the rules that govern communication have crucial differences from the already established face-to-face communication. “It has proven that 93 percent of communication is nonverbal and without these cues that people use to decipher the messages that is received in person, people with not be able to properly understand what the other person is truly trying to say to them”(“The Negative Impacts of Social Media on Face-to-Face Interactions”). Social networking communication rules and limits differ heavily from face-to-face communication by means of expressed emotion, interaction, and long distance communication.