I may be a little jaded too because my ex-husband said "I love you" all the time but his actions didn't indicate it so much, so at the end of the day, they're simply words that mean nothing without the actions to support it. I have only said it to two women in my entire life, and both were about the 6 to 7 month mark. My current SO has not said it to me, we've been dating for almost a year now, but all of his actions indicate to me what "love" would represent, so I am not as concerned that he hasn't said the words. Everything he does and what he represents feels like what love is supposed to be. For me saying the L word is pretty serious and I don't just throw it around unless I mean it. Please register to post and access all features of our very popular forum. Over ,000 in prizes has already been given out to active posters on our forum. I may not even have thought of this as a problem if (hypothetically) we live together.
But given that he isn't even sure he loves me, that's probably understandable.
He claims that he'll be worried about the love issue when it doesn't happen after 2 years.
He is happy in this relationship with very little complaints, and does not see us breaking up anytime soon or ever.
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Hello everyone, I thank you in advance for the thoughtful reply you would leave. I'm in my mid-20s and he's in his mid-30s, despite the big age gap, we get along great, respect each other's opinions, make sacrifices for each other, try hard to make each other happy, and just overall enjoy each other's company to the fullest. When we are physically together, I can honestly say that I am fulfilled and happy.