10 alternatives to “I love you”
Jessica Semaan

Those are all lovely sentiments, but I find that they’re just longer, more grammatically complex versions of “I love you.” Those statements are clarifications. The longer conversation about the hows and whys of your love. But for my money, I’ll take a clearly stated “I love you” over any of those alternatives, any day. The details will work themselves out.

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