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“In love with you” vs “I love you”: Love Comparison

Introduction “In love with you” vs “I love you”

“I love you” is often just a statement of devotion. “I love you” is a promise of commitment. In contrast, “in love with you” is temporary and ego-centered. It can be said without fear because it’s not made out of fear at all but out of emotions. If someone tells me they are in love with me then that means they have feelings for me, which means they care about my well-being and happiness more than anything else in their life right now (and this could change!). Let’s talk love comparison.

I love you is often just a statement of devotion.

You may wonder why I say “love” instead of “I love you.” The answer is simple: it’s often just a statement of devotion, not an actual demonstration that you mean what you say. This makes it easier for people to express their feelings without fear or shame, and also helps them avoid being misunderstood as they might be if they used these terms in place of each other.

Because these two words have such different meanings, it can be difficult for people who are unfamiliar with them to know which one should be used when expressing their feelings towards someone else (or themselves). If we take this into consideration when we’re speaking with others about our own relationships with them—and especially if there’s any confusion about whether our intentions are actually genuine—then maybe this will help us make more informed decisions about which phrase would work best under those circumstances!

I love you is a promise of commitment.

I love you is a promise of commitment. It’s a declaration that you will be there for each other, through thick and thin.

It means that you are in it for the long haul, willing to do whatever it takes to make your relationship work. You want to make sure your partner feels safe, loved, and protected—and if something happens between the two of you (or even before), then you will be there for them when they need it most.

You also want to show yourself how much respect and admiration mean by being honest with each other about everything. From faults in character traits like selfishness or laziness through concerns about finances or health issues. Down to little things like what songs play on loop in their heads at night while they sleep peacefully next door but don’t tell anyone else because “it might make him/her feel bad.”

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In love with you is temporary and ego-centred.

Love is a decision, not an emotion. You can choose to love someone or not, and if you do choose to love them, it must be from a place of self-sacrifice.

If you are in love with someone who doesn’t return your affection then they don’t deserve your time and energy. If they do return your affection then that person needs to decide whether or not they want more of it. Before making any commitments towards each other!

Love isn’t something that just happens; it’s something we CHOOSE!

“I love you” can be said without fear.

If you are in love with someone, it’s safe to say that your relationship has a lot of upside. You can feel confident about saying “I love you” and knowing that they will be able to reciprocate the sentiment. In the same way, if someone is used to being loved by others but hasn’t experienced true intimacy with anyone before, they may not know what it means when someone says “I love you.”

So how do we bridge this gap? First, don’t worry about proving anything or making sure they get it right—just tell them! Even if they haven’t heard these words before (or perhaps ever), saying them will give them hope for something deeper than friendship or lustful attraction. It’ll show them that there’s more out there than just physical attraction between two people who like each other sexually but don’t share any type of emotional connection beyond those feelings alone. It also shows an openness on YOUR part toward exploring those issues together. Something many people find difficult because we tend not to want OURSELVES tested too often by putting ourselves first instead (even though we need each other!).

“In love with you” is driven by emotions.

“I love you” is driven by emotions.

Emotions are not rational, but they can be powerful and persuasive. They’re also fickle things that can change at any moment. Many people find themselves in relationships where they feel lovable or safe, only to discover later on that their partner just didn’t like them anymore. And this has nothing to do with logic or reason!

When it comes down to it, no matter how much we love someone else. Or how much we think they deserve our affection (or vice versa). There will always be something about them that makes us feel less than satisfied. Whether it’s their appearance or personality traits, habits or habits of others around them. There will always be something more specific about each individual person which causes us discomfort when around them for long periods of time (no matter how much effort we put into changing ourselves).

“I love you” can be said without fear, while “in love with you” is driven by emotions.

“I love you” can be said without fear, while “in love with you” is driven by emotions. Emotions are not reliable and can change, making them unreliable as a source of information about someone’s thoughts or intentions. Additionally, they can be manipulated by others in order to control and manipulate how we feel about them. Finally, if one person wants another individual to do something. Like saying ‘I love you—and the other person does not want to say that particular thing back at that moment because it would make them uncomfortable (or because they don’t think it’s true). Then saying ‘I love you will cause more harm than good when trying to form an emotional connection between two people who may already have very different opinions on what constitutes healthy relationships or sexual intimacy!

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We hope that we’ve helped you understand how different these two expressions are. And why it’s important to choose one over the other. There are a number of situations in which each is appropriate. For example, if you want someone to know that your relationship is more than just friendship but not love. Or if you want them to know that your feelings are temporary and not serious enough to be called “in love with.” But overall, we think it’s best when people say what they mean: “I love you.”

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