Most Helpful Guy
problem is you cannot put that kind of label on love. Your in love when your in love. Your under 18, you have no idea what true love is. In reality, most people will not know, truly, what "true love" is for years after they actually find it. Until then your going on what your perception of love is. In young people, that is much more often lust, not love. So many will say "I love you" way too soon and before they truly are. Not everyone, but most.
If you are truly in love, you can never "not" love that person. If you can ever imagine something happening where you could say "I no longer love you", then you never truly loved that person. Certainly the WAY you love that person can change dramatically. for instance, you might be in love, then that person cheats on you, now you want nothing to do with that person. If you really loved them then you still love them but what they did makes it too painful to be with them.
in my opinion anyway...
Most Helpful Girl
I've never had a boyfriend, and I've never really talked to someone long enough to develop feelings that deeply for them. However more recently I may have said those words to someone... after 8ish months of talking with them.
But I was also drunk and stupid so. Sober me wouldn't have said it.