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Why Japanese Couples Never Say “I Love You”

How genuine will it sound if you say it all the time?

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In America, you dream of dating that perfect someone with hopes of hearing them say, “I love you.” Not only once but every day after. Gazing into your eyes and speaking those three magical words confirms the connection you both have for each other and also puts you at ease.

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Khalid Birdsong

Khalid Birdsong

Visual artist, teacher, traveler. Writing articles keeps me sane. My free newsletter- https://astounding-speaker-7629.ck.page/76573e6bdc

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