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How does it feel to be told, 'I love you'?

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Who doesn't like to be told that (:

Great and never tired of hearing it

Amazing, especially right after we get done fighting because I know he means it(:

nice, sometimes uncomfortable but they are just words. Actions are what sink in for me.

If she looks me n the eyes n tells me, then I will melt n her arms.
When you know the person really means it. You feel like the most special person on earth to have been so lucky to have there love
Female, >50 years, Married | Jun 03, 2013

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The feeling of being accepted and loved is one of the best. Just knowing that someone has strong feelings for you and that you mean a lot to someone is really uplifting. <3

Depends on the time and tone. But it's never a bad thing I suppose. I'm just not a fan of perfunctory gestures.


It feels great. You know when a person means it or not, and I get the I love you that is honest.

It feels good most of the time...other times it feels not so good

It really makes you feel like you are loved. It can end a fight by reconnecting you or deepen a connection you've already got going.

It's something that everyone deserves to hear

Reassuring and comforting.

It's one of the best feelings in the entire world. When she says it I just can't stop smiling. I love her so much!

I never get tired of hearing it!

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