Some people are fast learners. Others are slower. Some don't gather too much data on dating; others have multiple anthologies on the subject. In other words, some are very timid, and others like to experiment. I'm not just talking about your physical relationship here, but certainly the two are related. It's really not about how many physically intimate partners you've had; it's about how many life partnerships you've tried to establish and how many years you've devoted to past partners.
Here's how to know when it's time to say 'I love you,' according to relationships experts
How Long Does It Take To Fall In Love? Here's What It Depends On
Ladies, it looks like you'll have to wait a little more than three months before you'll hear you're new boyfriend utter those three little one syllable words that make your relationship "official". According to new research men take on average 88 days for men to say, "I love you" for the very first time to their partners. As long as that may sound, the study found that women take even longer to profess their love in a relationship. Researchers found that on average women wait days or four months and two weeks before they say the words to their partners.
How Long Does It Take To Fall In Love With Someone, As Explained By Women & Men
At first, you know it's infatuation because you barely know this person you're crushing on! Could it all be a trick , something other than love? But as you get to know them, you grow deeper feelings and you start to feel things like admiration, connection, friendship and even awe on top of the physical attraction and desire you felt when you first met your crush — but is that love? Because they are so personal and subjective, all emotions, including love, are difficult to measure in a scientific manner. For some people, falling in love takes days; for others, it takes years.
What do you think is the average time it takes new couples to say "I love you"? Think it'd be a month? Maybe six?