tired of saying "I Love You"?

@amitksing (1323)
March 20, 2007 10:15am CST
I really love my GirlFriend a lot! But at times I get frustrated. She always wants me to say how much I love her, or be romantic! At times, I do these things, but her expections of being always so frustrates me some times! Have you faced or are you facing similar situation? If yes, then how do you deal with it and if no, then what are your suggestions for me??
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@SilPhil (267)
• Australia
21 Mar 07
There are so many things you can do to let your girlfriend know that you're thinking of her!! There are simple things like sending a SMS or an email just to tell her you're thinking of her. What I like to do is leave a note and a treat in hubby's work bag or on his car seat. Something like a cupcake, a chocolate bar, something you know your girlfriend will enjoy. It doesn't have to be expensive, just something thoughtful. Cook her favourite meal for dinner. If you live together, have her come home to a table set for a candlelit dinner, and food in the oven (like I said above, bonus points for her favourite meal). Or invite her over to your place. Surprise her with a bunch of flowers for no reason. I think the trick is not to overdo it, but just to surprise her every so often. Just to make her feel special, and just to reassure her that you love her and are thinking of her. When I was pregnant hubby used the message me every morning to see how 'bubs' and I were doing. When you're having a bad day, its just great to get a friendly message and know that even if you feel awful, someone still loves you, and thinks you are fantastic. To the world you may be one person, but to one person you may be the world.
• Philippines
21 Mar 07
It not just saying it but feeling it. true love cannot be determined by words nor gifts but by thought, feeling and sincerity.
• Philippines
20 Mar 07
hmmm ... ur gf is a passionate one isnt she now... well ... u can start by doin things u dont usually do ... little things to show u care ... uhmmm try givin her a rose even tho there's no occassion ... try to be sweet when she least expects it. plus try to notice her ... simple regards to what she had done to her hair etc ... come up with new ideas to surprise her ... using new lines ...like 'you are my reason' :]
@mansha (6301)
• India
20 Mar 07
Okay there can be two stands on this one. I can say if you can not tell her everyday that you love her how can ou live with her if you decide to mary her. Wont you like to say that to your wife for the rest of you life. Another thing is having to say I love you when asked or feel pressurised to, could be really irritating. I would rather not love the person. Or may be say no I do not love yhou, finally one day. From what I can see you do not want to be pressurised to say that you love her. sk yourself, do you really love her or are you just dating her for the sake of it. There lies the answer. As for your girlfriend, I think she can sense it and is insecure about the relationship. Look at her background may be you can spot from where her insecurity emerges from. If you care about her try and understand her or else just break off. Its not always that you make her insecure, sometimes due to wrong kind of enviroment in which kids are raised also contributes towards their insecurities. check it out may be answer lies there and has nothing to do with you.
@jojopuff (520)
• United States
20 Mar 07
It seems like your girlfriend is a little bit insecure. You just need to reassure her that you love her by showing her, not telling her. I mean, you can tell her, but it is a lot more effective if you show her. It's the little things that make a big difference. Send her a love note. Get a card for her. You could even send her a sweet email. If you have the time and the money, you could even think up a creative date for the two of you. I hope these suggestions help you! Good luck!