Should I Say I Love You Quiz

Should you say "I love you" to someone?

Should you say "I love you" to someone? That's a question many people go through when they are dating. There is no right answer, but should it be said at all? This Should I say I love you quiz will help determine if it should or not!

The length of time you must wait for "I love you" is determined by your beliefs about what it means. Some people spend months or years expressing their feelings because they believe that "I love you" is essential and want to be certain before stating it, according to Carla Marie Manly, a Ph.D. clinical psychologist. “Some individuals use the phrase ‘love' quite loosely, though; in the first few weeks or months, saying 'I adore you,' for example, may feel appropriate.”

According to Figures from 2019 OKCupid for 6,000 individuals in mind-body green communications, 62% believe you should say "I love you as soon as you feel it," while 22 percent think you should wait for "a few months." On average, studies found that men take around three months to confess their love, and ladies take around five.


What are my expectations for this relationship?

It's crucial to determine what you want for this connection and what is feasible given what you've already gone through in your relationship,” says Amy Levine, sex coach and creator of Ignite Your Pleasure. “You'll want there to be a balance between how you feel and your expectations. If he's shown that he's a non-committal player, telling him you love him isn't likely to help keep the game going.
Is he in a place where he can accept your love?
Your emotions may be intense, but make sure they're directed at someone who understands how you feel. He's unlikely to accept your declaration of love if he just got out of a relationship or hasn't had the monogamous conversation yet.

"Your intuition can help you determine if he is ready to accept your love,” says Stephanie Knarr, Ph.D., a marriage and family therapist in Washington D.C., “To a man's ears, love usually implies commitment, so it's a good idea to only declare your affection if he's searching for a long-term relationship.”

Do I really mean it?

"It's critical to be clear if what you're saying is truly coming from your heart,” advises Levine. So, before you say those three little words, check yourself out. “Check for any hidden motives such as wanting to take your relationship to the next level in order to get closer to marriage or anything that's really unhealthy like wanting to pull him in even if you know it isn't a good match.”

1How long have you been together?

Choose an answer
Less than a week
A couple weeks
A month
A couple months
More than six months

2It can change things between you for better or worse - are you ready for that?

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3Do you feel you need to say "I love you" or is it more important to show it through your actions?

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To say
To act
To say and act

4How long have you been afraid of saying "I Love You?"

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Since the first day of our relationships
Since the second week
Since the first month
Since the second month
I can't remember

5Have you ever said I love you to someone in the past?

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6What’s the age difference between you two?

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We are the same (or almost the same) age
1-2 years
2-5 years or more

7Have you met your partner’s parents?

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8What do you think about love at first sight?

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It exists!
It does not exist
I do not know

9Honestly, do you think you should do it?

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70% – yes, and 30% – no
I don't know!