Falling in love is an creditable experience for a life-long time. nothing is better than your husband or wife holding you in their stable arms and not letting go. You feel secure, protected and safe knowing he or her doesn’t want anything happening to you. Saying “I love you” can be quite nerve-wrecking too because you’re always skeptical he or she won’t say it back.
When my client’s boyfriend and her started dating, he always told he wouldn’t be the first to tell she is the very girl who want to stay for the rest of his life. He stressed this again and again. It seems like a Husky with its host. But in my view, I told my friend, “okay, we’ll see.” February 2013 — their first Valentine’s Day together.They were in a hotel giving each other gifts and suddenly he stops, angry and asks, “what are you thinking?”. My client was shock, start crying and tell him nothing really, but he wasn’t sold on that response, so he asked again. Honestly, my client loved him so much that really wasn’t thinking much other and she told me that “I really, really like this guy. Like honey and bread” As it was going, he turns to my client and says, “well, I love you.” Wow, look at that. Was it a bit early for to say it back? I mean the issue was, it didn’t sound genuine and he did not know it.
A few weeks later — while his two friends, him and my client were at a bar — she turned to him and said, “I love you.” He thought her was lying with a few drinks, but later she told me that it was the truth. After drinking, she can not hold it down. She must say it! Nobody would have thought a lovely girl would tell him “I love you” in a bar. But hey, life is unpredictable, so why not? That night, she slept over his house and the next morning while putting her shoes on to leave, they sit closer. When he lay on the bed, hanging over the edge toward her, she said it again and just like what it meant the night before. He looked at her, smiled, kissed and start their new happy day.