10 alternatives to “I love you”
Jessica Semaan
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I like the light you shine on the uncertainties and ambiguities inherent in the simple phrase “I love you.” I’m far from convinced that finding different, more precise, phrasings will do anything to make communication more accurate. I think the only solution is to recognize that words will never be more than an approximation, that actions speak louder than words, and even they are not always received the way they were intended.

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