When to say i love you while dating
I think a person who says this is probably usually telling the truth.
I love the way they make me feel, I don't love them personally.
On the other hand, I am now with the woman of my dreams and when we make love....
After sex, we'd start to talk and often let eachother know we simply loved the way we were feeling at the time we were having sex. with no facial contact, it usually means I am loving what we're doing....its kiss kiss I love you, kiss kiss, it means, I love you.Also, men need to realize the difference between I LOVE YOU and I LOVE HAVING SEX WITH YOU. I try to love as well and be as giving as I can possibly be and it hurts when someone stops loving me or I stop loving them; but to pretend that we're capable of some immutable feeling or passion that will never go away is not only self-deceiving; it's dishonest.Plentyoffish dating forums are a place to meet singles and get dating advice or share dating experiences etc.Hopefully you will all have fun meeting singles and try out this online dating thing...
I'd rather have a man tell me he loves having sex with me than tell me he loves me and not mean it. If you say I love you during sex I think most of the time its a reaction to the situation. If a person can fall OUT of love then how permanent IS love? Let's appreciate love for what it truly is in hopes we can better understand ourselves and others.
If you do truly love your partner then in the middle of sex is not when you should be telling them but when you are just enjoying thier company and companionship look deep into her eyes and then tell her and she'll know its coming from more then great sex. Does "I love you." mean "I take this woman (or man) as my wife (or husband)and promise to love and cherish them for the rest of my natural life."? The word "love" MEANS something like "I enjoy and/or want you to be or continue to be part of my life." You could even throw in "right now" if you wanted to be specific. Even the best most loving parent can stop loving their child if the child is abusive enough.