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Two weeks? A year? Whenever you feel it?

This video interviews a few people about how and when they say "I love you" but it seems like its different for every single person.

I could see a negative being that your partner isn't ready, it makes things awkward, and sort of fizzles the relationship, but then should you have really been in that relationship anyway?
Personally I don't think saying "I love you" is any huge deal, but some people find it really important and special so like I said I think everyone will have a different opinion!

One quote I found interesting was, "I'm never the one to say it first, but I'm the one to feel it first."

Do you think you can say 'I love you' too early or that you should wait a certain amount of time before saying it?

I mean I think you should say it when you feel it or when feel comfortable saying it (when you feel it). The best times are when it just comes naturally and you don't realize you said it. It's so cute and candid.
With my first (and only so far) relationship, we were saying it basically on repeat inside of a week. It was kind of a rushed relationship too (long story), and I feel that it was soooo too early. Especially considering the fact that I wasn't really in love with her, but that I was in love with the idea of a girl finally liking me enough to begin a relationship with me. Because of this, I've sworn that I would never tell a girl that I love her unless two conditions are met: the first, that I am truly, deeply, madly in love with her and two, that I can actually see a future with the girl, one which involves walking down an aisle and saying "I do" and being truly happy.
OMG YES! in fact so many young folks today are always saying "i love you" waaay too early! its not love if you've only been dating for a month or so! >_< it's very possible that the reason they say it so quickly is only because they slept with that person.... love is something that takes time to grow. if you were friends with that person before you started dating then it makes sense why you're saying "I Love You" but other than that it's really only lust (i hope i'm not offending anyone. definitely not my intention to make anyone upset u_u)
I have anxiety about saying I love you first.
I personally would say it anytime, nearly did after being with someone for a week, but chose not to for their sake. I even said "I want to say a certain l word but I don't want you to feel uncomfortable even though I already feel this way about you." So for me personally, I just wait for the other person to say it, because I'd say it literally the next day. Also I feel the whole "I love you vs I'm in love with you" plays a huge part for me which is why I have no issue saying I love you to someone. But then once the first I love you has been said, it's literally how we say bye to each other from there.
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