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saying "i love you" - February 12th 2009, 12:36 AM

so i have a hard time saying i love you to my friends.

and idk if thats normal or werid or whatever.

like i kind of feel uncomfortable saying it, but i mean it.

idk, its really hard to explain. i feel werid saying it. even if i want to.

yeah, hard to explain. does anyone know what i mean? lol


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Re: saying "i love you" - February 12th 2009, 01:15 AM

Yeah, and that's pretty much understandable.
You shouldn't have to confess your undying love for your friends :P
If you don't feel comfortable saying that kind of thing to them, then just don't worry about it. If they say something like "I love you" and you just feel uncomfortable say something back like "You're pretty awesome yourself!" It's no biggy. xx





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Re: saying "i love you" - February 12th 2009, 04:16 PM

That seems perfectly normal to me.
Persoanally I have problems saying "I love you" to my family, I want to say it but the words refuse to come out. They get stuck in my throat.

I bet you'll get better as it as time goes on, people just have problems putting it out there to certain people.


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Re: saying "i love you" - February 12th 2009, 09:48 PM

Hi Kelly,

I know exactly how you feel about this. I feel the same way with my friends. I know a few years ago, my friends would say they 'loved' each other all the time. It made things sort of awkward.

But if you don't want to say it, then don't! Just do what you are comfortable with.

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