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JsAngelBaby 32F  
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9/10/2006 7:48 am

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When is the right time in a relationship to say, “I love you,” to the other person? Is it a time period or just a moment? And really what does, “I love you,” mean when you are saying it to someone who is not a family member or a very close friend?


rm_Dudeman1987 30M

9/12/2006 7:12 pm

The right time to say it, is when you mean it.

The second question sounds like whoever is saying, either doesn't mean it, or doesn't know what it means.

rm_toyboy1070 35M
2 posts
10/18/2006 11:25 am

i have to agree when you mean it.

only then should it be said not just to get someon in bed.

excllnt 46M

11/8/2006 8:28 pm

Ultimately, if you have to think about it, you're probably not ready to say it. Best to qualify it with "I love being with you", or something like that. The three words alone are amazingly potent when delivered to someone to whom you're unrelated, and can scare the living proverbial out of a person if he/she isn't expecting it. If it doesn't happen naturally in a moment of extreme tenderness (probably the best way, because if it's not welcome or reciprocated, you can always blame the heat of the moment!), if you're over-analysing whether it's the right time, the expression "It's not broken - don't fix it" springs to mind.

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