What does TTM stand for?

Talk to me

TTM, an acronym for ‘talk to me’, is a handy way to ask someone to share their thoughts or feelings. It’s a sort of invitation for the other person to communicate openly with you. It’s also useful when you’re trying to get someone to reply to your messages.

For instance, if you’ve got a friend, let’s call him Joe, who’s been struggling with issues at work, you could text him “Joe, remember you can TTM anytime about anything“. This message assures Joe that he can confide in you about his work troubles, or anything else that’s bothering him.

So, the next time you want to remind someone that they can lean on you for a chat, just drop them a ‘TTM‘. It’s a quick and simple way to show you’re there for them.

Example for using ‘TTM’ in a conversation

Hey, how are you doing?

Hey! I’m good, thanks. How about you?

I’m okay, just feeling a bit stressed about work.

Aw, that’s tough. TTM if you want to talk about it.