When it comes to saying, “I love you,” you have to wonder if the person means it. And women are more likely NOT to mean it. In fact, a recent survey found that a woman will say, “I love you,” to avoid hurting their partner’s feelings. And one-sixth revealed that they uttered the "I love you" words while in the throes of passion...but did not really mean it.
Here’s something else you should know – women are more likely to say the magic words first...but men are more likely to mean it. So why do guys say, "I love you" if they don't mean it? Here are some reasons.
With women, what they say, and what they really mean can be two very different things.
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