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In my younger years yes but now no. Time is slipping away for me and I want true love
To me saying "I love you but I'm not in love with you" is really saying "I care about you but I don't want to be your romantic partner". It just sounds prettier and more ambiguous to say it the first way. So personally would I stay? Yeah but that's only because of the way I see love and commitment. Much like a job or life I know there will be many many times were the thrill will fade and I'll want to leave but quitting doesn't ensure something better will happen it only signifies the end of what I have. So simply losing the desire to stay isn't enough to make me leave.
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