my boyfriend says love ya instead of i love you
so does this mean he doesn't mean it? The key word is "love". or does it mean he doesn't really like it. female I can be superman. There isn't a difference until he says "love ya", and no women aren't insane, we're just in love. He is 23 and I'm 20. On the day he came over, he pulled up to my house with a vase of pink roses and said it as he was handing them to me and gave me a kiss. My papa bear says it to me all the time. Should i accept the fact i will be single for the rest of my life? My boyfriend and I have been together for a year and 4 months. That's my points of thoughts anyway. 2. Actions speak louder than words when it comes to love. I have been with my boyfriend for over 7 months now. female Pls help me I’m desperate for help ? Recently, my boyfriend and I started saying I Love You. It's a soft way of saying he loves you. Is it a good idea to avoid love in order to avoid pain? female I have been with my boyfriend for over 7 months now. Of course I said it back. Should sex education be prohibited being taught to children? female I believe you can be interested into someone online, you can like or love the idea of talking with them but you can't love someone online because online I can who ever I want to be! I have been with my boyfriend for over 7 months now. I never told him he had to love me though. Feel like I'm falling in love with my fwb? I used to think about this too because I would say and text "I love you" to my boyfriend and he would say "Love you too". reader, mystiquek  + ♥, writes (12 November 2016): A Sometimes when guys are comfortable with something, they stop spending so much trying to work on it really hard. he just says 'love you' alot of girls say that theres a huge difference, but i never really cared until recently? hehe hun, usually i'd say yeah there kinda is a difference (im your age and know exactly what your talking about) but here its clear he loves you too! He occasionally sends me morning messages and just so happens, he sent me one this morning. My boyfriend has a list of past partners. There's a guy I've been talking to for a couple weeks, and he thinks he's falling in love with me, but I know it's way too soon since we haven't even been together in person yet. does it mean he loves me the same? female No, there is no difference and this is coming from a woman! Love ya VS. He's already said he thinks he's fallen in love with me and has said "I love you" before, but I told him not to do that because he barely knows me and we've only known each other for a couple weeks. Of course I said it back. I'm wondering if there might be something wrong. Over the course of the weekend we spent together we would say it occasionally. reader, anonymous, writes (12 November 2016): A reader, Andie's Thoughts  +, writes (12 November 2016): Already have an account? Now, I know the LOVE part is what's important. All Content Copyright (C) DearCupid.ORG 2004-2008 - we actively monitor for copyright theft, Register in under one minute and get your own agony aunt column. Still have questions? The appropriate response is "back at ya, baby!" I'm the one that IS trying to take it slow. And as long as he treats you good, and actions shows he loves you, then everythings good for you two:). Love ya means he loves you as a friend. He might just feel so comfortable around you, that he doesnt think you need him to always give 150% in everyword he says. What would you do if your husband was treating you like this. And we aren't even close to being exclusive. we're happy. I love you... do they mean different things coming from a guy? simply. Instead of saying, "i love you" at the end, he said, "Love you <3". I love the way he says it, and it sinks right into my heart. I would be like where is the "I"? You can sign in to vote the answer. I love you is deeper, and can't be mistaken for a thought. I wouldn't worry. male Login first But if he told you that he might be falling in love with you, then it means that he wants to say I love you but doesn't know if you'll respond positively to it so he's just saying it in a casual platonic manner right now to see if you'll reciprocate, I love you is more meaningful than love ya, I mean he didn't even write out "you" he wrote "ya". Extreme/Unusual music genres that I enjoy! does it mean he loves me the same? He never says "I love you too." answer I guess. Of course I said it back. He is 23 and I'm 20. Recently, my boyfriend and I started saying I Love You. On the day he came over, he pulled up to my house with a vase of pink roses and said it as he was handing them to me and gave me a kiss. There is sort of a differnce. We like the specificity of this. My boyfriend has been saying "love you too" for the whole six years we've been together pretty much.. reader, WiseOwlE  + ♥, writes (12 November 2016): A If I Love You were an adult with a career, love ya is someone in college still finding themselves. Just make sure he knows you love him! Then today he sent me a text before he was going to bed, and I responded with a "Good night, I love you!" Love ya is just a way to reinforce their confidence with them selves that they know what they're doing!. we kiss, hug, muck around and i can talk to him about anything. my boyfriend never says 'i love you.' "Love ya" is more casual and keeps her from thinking you have deep feelings for her. I'm more in love with you today than I was yesterday. I don't really like it cause I feel that it doesn't mean as much as the actual three words. But he replys "Love you, too." Fancy yourself as an agony aunt? ^_^, they are different. and he responded with, "Love you too!" It's not just that you love your partner more than you used to -- it's that today you actually sat down and thought about the fact that your love grew in the past 24 hours. He's a dork. How do you think about the answers? lol. It's so hard to know when it's done over text, because tone of voice plays such an important role in this. He is 23 and I'm 20. When he says that, it sounds more like puppy love rather than real love. In my opinion there is no difference. Over the course of the weekend we spent together we would say it occasionally. Like a relationship. I have been with my boyfriend for over 7 months now. I've gotten worried texts from boyfriends when they think I'm losing interest simply because I don't type out the whole phrase. we kiss, hug, muck around and i can talk to him about anything. but don't take it personally, he didnt mean it in that way, its clear he loves you very much =] =]. I hate having to be the rational, realistic one. My boyfriend says "Love You" instead of "I Love You"? I think they mean the same thing. He says that he loves me but when he says it, he says "Love you too." simply. However i notice when i am the first to say "I love you" he will use that phrase but if he is the first to say it there is usually always an I in front of it. Get your answers by asking now. How do average looking guys get such beautiful girlfriends? Of course I said it... Don't feel bad for worrying about that, my boyfriend does that too, and i was so worried it meant he didn't actually men it or something,but we've been together a long time now, and really does love me, so i guess it doesn't mean anything different, just quicker to say sometime. Is there a difference between saying "love you" and I love you"? Don't have an account? Does "love ya" have a more casual meaning, or is he just wording it that way so I can't blame him for saying the actual words "I love you"? He does once in awhile but when we say goodbye, I whisper that I love you to him when I'm about to leave. "love you" to me means they lack confidence so to speak and yes they may love you but are holding bck and aren't in love" or too shy to admit it! . reader, Youcannotbeserious  + ♥, writes (12 November 2016): A Register in under one minute and get your own agony aunt column - recommended! or does it mean he doesn't really like it. lazy?? On the day he came over, he pulled up to my house with a vase of pink roses and said it as he was handing them to me and gave me a kiss. Anyone who answers anything other then a simple "no" is crazy. That's the thing. He already knows that I'd respond positively if we were to say it later, when it would actually mean something. A Lol. On the day he came over, he pulled up to my house with a vase of pink roses and said it as he was handing them to me and gave me a kiss. I've asked my boyfriend this before, as he usually says "love you", and he said he means it just as much as if he said it with an 'i'.

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