So I just read a question which got me thinking, I'm sure at one point or another everyone has said 'I love you' and not meant it.
Anyway, my question is as what point do you actually think you fall in love?
I'm 19, and I've never been in love.
I'm not worried about it because I'm not rushing anything or looking for 'the one' .. Whatever happens, happens.
I've had SEVERE infatuation, and at that time I genuinley thought I was in love. But I definitely wasn't lol.
I think it's gonna take me months and months to actually fall in love.
Just curious how long does it take until you say it?
And what do you say if they say 'I love you' and you know you don't love them yet?
Thanks lovelies ! 😘
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I've said it to friends in a silly manner, and I've been in almost-relationships where I didn't want to fully commit because I've not felt what I believed would be genuine love.
This week, actually, I told someone I loved her for the first time in my life. It's been 7/8 months, and she hurt me 4 months ago (not intentionally - she didn't know how strongly I felt at that time already), but I've forgiven her for that and, after telling myself I was infatuated at the time, I genuinely think I've found love.
She's said "I love you"s before; when her (prick of a) previous boyfriend first got into her pants she blurted it out because she felt she needed to; but she realises how wrong she was. She cried her eyes out that she couldn't give her virginity to me after I unveiled that I was still one at 22.
Oh, and she said it back to me, too. :)0
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