By c / Thursday 9 February 2012 00:07 /
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  israelnotjacob  |  20

If it took either of you a year and a half to say I love you there's something seriously wrong with your relationship and you're not going to last long term so you might as well just end it now. My fiancee and I were saying that to each other after only a month. Sure maybe that's a tad fast, but we really did feel it that early on, and we still do after 4 years.

  lishy1311  |  0

There isn't anything wrong with their relationship !
If they don't feel like they love eachother, clearly they're waiting for their love to be true rather than being one of those couples who say it within a week of dating

  israelnotjacob  |  20

If it took a year and a half before one of them felt their love was "real" there's something wrong. Yes a lot of couples rush that concept, but I'd say if you don't know whether or not you could spend your life with someone after you've been with them for about a year that's probably a good sign that the answer is no.

  yahoowizard  |  16

Well, it did take her a year and a half before she said it. Doesn't mean that the boyfriend also now magically felt it right to say it to her. She took her time, now let him take his.

  ImaginaryFoe  |  0

He had the same year and a half that he did. If he even cared for her and respected her, he should've responded in some way even if it was to tell her he didn't feel the same.

If after being together for over a year you still need to "work up courage" to have a conversation, something is not quite right. I wish you'd included your age as it matters if you are 14 or 41 here but ultimately you need to discuss where the relationship is heading.

  bfsd42  |  20

23, why is this one of those times? I found it very easy to decipher what they were saying and would imagine that anyone with half a brain could too.