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Great answer, thanks.
Nice idea xmags
On second thoughts, I would say that when poverty knocks at the door and love flies out through the window, one cannot say " I love you " too much.
Don't worry too much because the first few months will not give you much revenue, anyway. But I can understand how everyone feels, when waiting anxiously for the approval, just like an expectant father or mother.
A friend says "I love you" every family phone call, even if it's several calls a day. Sounds kind of routine. You're right about it being an individual thing, I guess.
My wife and I say it at the end of each call we have with one another. For us it is in case something tragic should happen and one of us died. Our last words to each other are, "I love you." Too often people regret not saying it prior to a death.
I couldn't agree more. My fiance and I normally say I love you just before bed, or before one of us leaves for more than a couple hours. I hear my friend say it to his girlfriend all the time and I feel as though it's out of habit, hollow.
Awww! Thanks for answering.
I agree to you Pooja