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It’s also been found that men take around three months to profess their love to their partners, while women start thinking about saying their partners they love after dating for five months.
Researchers suggest this happens because of women’s physiological and evolutionary characteristics such as childbearing, nurturing abilities, etc. Therefore, women have no issues to wait to confess their love to their partners.
For relationships where couples have already engaged in sexual activity, both men and women believed that the best time to declare their feelings and love for each was between three to six months.
She talks of horror stories of friends of hers who have been dating a man for months, but when she's introduced as his girlfriend at do's, he goes pale at the thought of it.We didn't have flirty apps and online dating back then, not really – and if it was around there was still a stigma attached to it. People 'meet' virtually online for many months – heck, they even have virtual sex over apps – before going on proper dates.No wonder it takes people longer to say I love you.Believe me, he says, "I'd love to say she is my girlfriend but I don't want to put her off." The caginess seems to apply to both men and women. He would wait SIX MONTHS before saying 'I love you'. It follows then, that we are losing a sense of our real selves, of our real opinions, of our real feelings.I ask him, on the off-chance that, you know, he might just love this girl, when would be the appropriate time to tell her? A romantic evening sunset and bottle of rose on the beach? We have a public-facing opinion where we're happy to share what we had for breakfast, the fact we hate so-and-so but simply love skinny dipping and downing shots – or whatever – but when it comes to our true emotions, we are guarded. But then he had known me already for about a year and so had, I guess, developed these feelings 'behind the scenes'. Him saying it so early on, no strings attached, gave me the control, the confidence, of being able to wait a bit until I said it back, safe in the knowledge he meant it and I knew where he stood.