how can i say i love you to my girl friend?
love is blind
There are so many different ways to express your love:
Look directly into her eyes and sincerely tell her how you feel about her.
Write her a letter or poem expressing your love for her.
Show her through actions: a gentle smile, holding her hand, a kiss, a display of chivalry (as in opening the door for her), or doing a task for her without being told.
A simple gift, such as a bracelet or flowers, may also be a nice touch.
All the best.
Just say it, you won't die, the sky won't fall, and the sun will still appear in it tomorrow.
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