I'm not sure. I would say between 3 and 7 times to the same person.
A lot! I have 3 small children and I make sure I tell them how much I love them every chance I get. Now if you asked them, they will tell you that I say it way too much, but if you asked my husband, he will tell you that I don't say it enough. I also tell my friends and family how much I love them all the time.
I started doing that when I was 19 and my best friend lost her mother. That day I knew that there was no guarantee of a tomorrow. I do not want to die wondering if the people I love knew I loved them so here I go, letting them know
Not sure but I have to tell one person i love them everytime i leave or he leaves or whenever we call or txt eachother.
At home with the husband 5 or 6 times. When I talk to my girls on the phone I usually work it into the conversation and always when we say goodbye.
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