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How do you say to the one you admire the words "I LOVE YOU!"?

  1. kingphilipIV profile image61
    kingphilipIVposted 6 years ago

    How do you say to the one you admire the words "I LOVE YOU!"?

  2. profile image0
    MP50posted 6 years ago

    Well you have to mean it from your very Being.....which takes time, but once you are sure just say it. I love you.

  3. litsabd profile image74
    litsabdposted 6 years ago

    The easiest...the neatest...the plainest...the simplest...you just say it and he/she will mirror her/himself in your eyes and heart. I also think that actions speak louder that words we all need to hear it too!

  4. engelfantasydream profile image59
    engelfantasydreamposted 6 years ago

    if you want to give it a twist..say "I LOVE YOU " to the one you love and jump or do tumbling or circus in front of her lolsss..just kidding..if u like to add some drama or color to it..then here's what you do...write in a white coupon bond..the letter "I"..next day word "LOVE" plus draw a heart and then" YOU" or wear a white t-shirt with printed words "YOU"...invite her and tell her if you want to know the anonymous person sending you those words..meet me at the park lolss..and then there lolss..whatever hahaha ..smile

  5. Felixedet2000 profile image57
    Felixedet2000posted 6 years ago

    i do that by simply saying i love you, it is really easy and one need not be shy about it.

  6. Dave Mathews profile image60
    Dave Mathewsposted 6 years ago

    You can say nothing until you open your mouth. Do this and then simply say the words.

  7. dashingscorpio profile image86
    dashingscorpioposted 6 years ago

    I supsect there is more to this question. It's easy to say, "I love you". What it sounds like to me is a person has doubts their feelings will be reciprocated. The only fear anyone has about expressing their love is the other person does not feel the same way about them. This is especially true if their relationship is a "platonic one".

    One of the reasons I have never bought into the "lets be friends first" approach to dating is because it's difficult to get out of the "friendship box". In fact the vast majority of people who are attracted to someone let it be known up front and go right into dating if the attraction is "mutual". When someone says let be friends and see how it goes... what they're really saying is "I'm not quite feeling you romantically". However I do (like) you as a person.

    The risk in saying "I love you" to someone you have a plantonic relationship with is in knowing it will forever change the nature of your relationship. Either they will want to move forward romantically with you or they will feel they need to distance themselves from you. It takes courage to go after what you want. I'd rather know if I stand a chance than to continue silently pining over someone. How you "approach" saying "I love you" is not going to effect whether or not the other person feels the same way about you.

  8. ravenlt04 profile image64
    ravenlt04posted 6 years ago

    Aw!  I remember the awkward feeling I felt when I wanted to tell my husband (who was my boyfriend at the time) that I love him.  I wondered if he felt the same way; I wondered if he'd believe me or think I was just saying it to say it.  But because I really meant it, I easily overcame my reservations and said it.  Having him say it back to me was exhilarating and such a turn on!  One never finds love without putting his/her heart out there.

  9. lburmaster profile image85
    lburmasterposted 6 years ago

    Casually. If I make a big deal out of it, he will just think I'm being girly. And honestly, I'm scarred of commitment.