Do We Need to Say "I Love You" All the Time?
April 8, 2017 4:55am CST
There are times that saying "I love you" is becoming habitual. It seems that the magical words had not been said sincerely. "Is there really a perfect time for saying it?" I found it funny sometimes thinking that if your special someone is clinging to you. If you forgot to say "I love you", a special someone will be in doubt. Is saying "I love you" should be always said at all times. Image Credit: pixabay.com
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• Elberton, Georgia
8 Apr 17
I think it's a situational habit. Like at church all my friends say it and I have learned it as a learned response. I mean it but it's more like family love. Love of a sister, brother or parent or grandparent.
• Trinidad And Tobago
8 Apr 17
I think this depend on how stable the relationship is.If , in the courtship days you laid the foundation that 'tells' the other person how much you really value them then there is not such a need to give verbal assurances of 'I love you' so frequently. A woman on TV was once asked when last her husband said 'I love you"...she said 40 years. Then she added, 'He said he tell me if he changes his mind'! Apparently, he never did...and they were both comfortable with that! That's pretty solid.