is there a difference? i know you can love your family and friends.. but you can't be "in love" with them. or am i just being paranoid?
- No difference
- There is a difference
Most Helpful Guy
Grammatically , there is no difference , but PERSONALLY when I interact with my girlfriend , sometimes we're on a date and it gets too intimate I feel like 'I'm in love with you' is more intimate or like a subduement?
But that's my own opinion , you're being paranoid , there's no difference , the only difference comes when you're in a romantic moment and you can feel the affection slipping in between whatever he says.
Most Helpful Girl
When you’re in love with someone, you want this person
When you love someone, you need this person.
When you’re in love with someone, your emotions are always on high.
When you love someone, your emotions settle and then fluctuate