Relationships do not start in a day it is a gradual process which is why even if you get attracted to someone you need to take things easy and not rush things.
Which brings us to the question of the day, is it okay to tell that person how you feel so soon? Is it ever too early to tell someone ‘I love you’?
Well, this question depends on who you are with and the type of love you mean. Sometimes, one might take too long to say it, end up losing the person because they’d think you’re not that much into them after all and in the same vein, if the chemistry is still not strong enough or the friendship still very new, then perhaps, you will have press pause.
“You may ask,”how do I know when the timing isn’t right?” “Well, you never really know, you just watch the body language, check if they comfortable with you?do they seem into you as much as you are?how often do they want to hear from you, you put these into consideration?
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Here are 3 reasons you shouldn’t say “I love you” too soon:
“Saying “I love you” too soon might seem unbelievable at times because when quickly said, it might lose its meaning and that person wouldn’t believe you and might choose to stay away from you”.
“Action speaks louder than words, one easily believe what one can see than what one is being told so before you start saying how you feel, show it first with your action — that’s what makes it believable”.
“Let that person warm up to you first, love becomes reciprocal when two people feel the same way but when it’s just one person feeling it, then it won’t be reciprocated so take your time and show that person how you feel before you say how you feel; let the person warm up to you first, and then it’ll be easier for the person to accept you”.
So never ever make the mistake of saying “I love you” too soon.