Is there anything more elating or reassuring in a relationship than hearing those three little words? They care deeply about you, they feel a strong connection to you, and best of all, they want you to know it. But what if your partner never says "I love you"? Should you be worried? Experts say that ultimately, it depends on the stage of your relationship.
The Three-Year Itch: The Make Or Break Of A Millennial Relationship
If you're waiting for them to say it before you Been there! I know it's stressful! Well, there's a simple answer, though it may feel like a challenge to you: Take the lead and say it first. Here's the thing. You deserve to be in control of your love life, and what better way to take control than to be open, honest, and put your feelings out there? If you feel that love for your partner, you should feel good about saying it, no matter who says it first or when. Now, there are a few things you should keep in mind before you just casually drop it into conversation.
These Are The Real Reasons Your Long-Term Boyfriend Hasn't Proposed Yet
Skip navigation! Story from Dating Advice. There are plenty of reasons someone might not have been on a date in a while.
After a couple has been together for three years, they are probably serious enough to know whether or not they want to be together for the long run; yet, the relationship is new enough to end it fairly easily if they don't see it going anywhere. Now this might sound counterintuitive, but hear me out for a second. In my opinion, the choice to commit starts when those feelings of love begin to lessen. This turning point, commonly known as the three-year itch for Generation-Y, is when a relationship is brought to its brink.