just say you have been dating several months (e. g. 6 mnths) and you say "i love you" multiple times (since the 4th month) to your partner but they had never said it back.. would it bother you? would you tell her/him about it or just wait till theyre ready? or not really bothered about it?
- Yes it would bother me to the point I would tell her/him and ask why they haven't said it back55%(18)51%(30)Vote46%(12)
- Yes it would bother me but I would wait till they are ready to say it back27%(9)31%(18)Vote35%(9)
- No it would not bother me, they can say it if they want to or ready to say it back18%(6)18%(11)Vote19%(5)
Most Helpful Guy
everyone is different and some take more time to say I love you.
I'd prefer my significant other take their time and actually mean it when they say it.
I would give them time and wait for them to say it and for now try to tone back the amount of times you say it so that they don't feel pressured :)0
Most Helpful Girl
We all receive love, feel love, and give love differently. Some of us take longer to understand our emotions. Sometimes the actual word seems to much when we aren't sure.
If I may share a story, I experienced this a long time ago. I had "love" for this guy. I finally told him and he didn't say it back. After a period of time I became super insecure. He knew how I felt and I really thought he felt the same and I didn't understand why he didn't say it. Rather then communicate it, I changed it and said, I adore you. After the second or third time he said, what do you mean when you say you adore me. I explained, I know I have feelings of love for you, you know this. I noticed you hadn't said it back. So I didn't want to keep saying it and make you feel pressured. So I won't say Love I'll say I adore you. That night when he dropped me off, I was smiling and in a flirty way I said, adore you! And he said it back.