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Do you think when you are in a relationship there is a different when a guy say Love you compared to I Love You

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If so what is the difference and what does it mean


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2 years ago
Men are simple creatures. It’s easier to say love you. It’s one less syllable they have to say.

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2 years ago
Or it's just a reflex.

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2 years ago
i think ‘love you’ is easier to say. It’s less emotional, less risky. It’s probably not as romantic as “i love you” but I think the person saying “love you” means it, they might just find it tough to say it the other way.

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2 years ago
Oh i've meet guys who don't mean it even when they do say it.

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2 years ago
I honestly think he means it but st same time I am scared he doesn’t as I been hurt before

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2 years ago
Haven't we all ❤

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2 years ago
I say it all the time and I adore my man. Not saying one word doesn't mean I love him any less

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2 years ago
Read up on "the languages of love". Just google it.
There are about 5, and men often express love differently to women.

Men are often not great at verbalising their feelings anyway. They often express love by "doing things" for their partner.

Its a very interesting field of knowledge that is often used in couples counselling, and will help your understanding.

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2 years ago
It's called The 5 love languages by Gary Chapman.

If you're going to talk about something atleast know what you're on about.

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2 years ago
^I think we all understand what she's referring to. Just because she didn't quote the exact name and book title you don't need to shit your knickers over it. How rude are you?!!!

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2 years ago
^^ 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 I fucking love you 💚

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2 years ago
Ooh somebody had their bitchflakes this morning! 😬

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2 years ago
I have the love book and I couldn't tell you what its called or who wrote it. Don't really care either

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2 years ago

"I love you" means he loves you.

"Love you" means he loves you.

So, stop overthinking it and accept he loves you.

Happy days ❤

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2 years ago

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2 years ago
The only real difference is that one is a bit lazier than the other. It doesn’t mean anything else. Trying to look for fault that isn’t there will destroy your relationship. Take it from someone who is getting bitter from too much heartbreak and have been the one who had every single thing they said over analysed. You destroy your own happiness by trying to find something that isn’t there.

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2 years ago
Yep been together 13 yrs have said love you mostly. It’s the same thing.

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2 years ago
I think you're feeling insecure in your relationship & you need to ask yourself why

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2 years ago
I feel insecure about everything and anything, it is due to my childhood and upbringing. I see a psychologist but it dissent help

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2 years ago
I'm sorry ❤. Sometimes life isn't as easy as it is for other people. There's some of us who are different for different reasons, things that have happened to us along the way have altered us. For better or worse, we will never fit the mould. You have to find a way to manage yourself, never stop searching for the answer. Do what makes you happy & feel free. Your not alone. ❤