Is the word “Love” overused?

@calvin222 (1607)
India
November 11, 2006 12:16pm CST
Is the word “Love” overused? Lazy language? Culturally corrupt? Socially sinful? Emotionally easy? adoration affection ardor amourousness attachment attraction caring concern cherish compassion consideration crush dedication desire devotion enamorement endearment enthusiasm fancy favor fondness infatuation liking longing lust partiality passion propensity romance solicitude tenderness zeal With so many English words that could be used and might even communicate the feeling more accurately, why do most people use the word “Love” instead of another word?
1 response
• United States
11 Nov 06
i believe the word love is seriously overused. people say it all the time now and dont even mean it. ive never said i love you to someone inless i meant it with all of my heart and soul. now with children love is unconditional you can never over use the word love with kids even if they are mad at you when you say i love you to them they still know you mean it even if they do something wrong they will always know you love them