Saying "I love you" too much?

@webbuff (926)
Philippines
February 28, 2007 8:53am CST
Do you feel like you say "I love you" to your partner too much? I've been with my boyfriend for a year. We were friends for a long time before we started dating. We're going to get married after college. We say "I love you" ALLLLL the time. We will not say bye or end a phone conversation without saying "I love you." And in conversations, we'd just randomly say it. And when there's silence, we'd randomly say it. hope those 3 words won't be overused to the point it has "lost its meaning." That's not possible, but you know what I mean.
2 responses
@cruzades (661)
• Philippines
28 Feb 07
It is simple.. "Anything that is too much is dangerous", "anything" means no exeception. I suggest you not to use those words in the spirit of just saying it or too oftne, sometimes we're too O.A. about it and it's kinda irritating if it's repeatedly over and over again.
@webbuff (926)
• Philippines
28 Feb 07
how do you do that?
@cruzades (661)
• Philippines
28 Feb 07
I don't say it too often to my wife in particular, rather I show her how much I love her is tru my actions. Kiss and hugs, it is spontenous, and the word "I love you" will just come naturally.
@aiguy01 (589)
• United States
28 Feb 07
It is very possible for it to lose all meaning by overuse. Anytime you say something just because the other person says it to you, it is insincere. Anytime you say it and that feeling that you felt the first time you said it is not there, it is insincere. I can not believe that two people can maintain that level of emotional intensity at all times. Therefore I'd say it has lost it's meaning.
@webbuff (926)
• Philippines
28 Feb 07
what should i do?