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If you are both seeing this as an activity-partner-with-benefits relationship, then the “love” issue shouldn’t be a problem.
But sometimes I purposefully don’t reference a specific guy as I want the lesson or insight to stand on its own. I don’t believe in getting into all the lengthy discussion crap and I don’t think men want that–it’s just uncomfortable.
The latter is for very few — someone who makes your heart beat faster, you ache for when he’s away, have a mix of excitement and calm when you hear his voice, and get those silly goose bumps when he strokes your arm or kisses you.
“In love” is reserved for someone with whom you think you could go the distance, will have your back, and be your partner, mate or husband.
However, I also know that this conversation can create hurt and upset, even if you’ve been honest all along that you’re not “in love.” False expectations can build up quickly. What have you done when you’ve heard “I love you” before you’re feeling it, or when you hear it and know you’ll never feel similarly?
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Or do you convince yourself that loving someone is the same as being fond of them, so it’s okay to say it?