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How to tell her you love her for the first time

Saying "I love you" is a huge step in a relationship. It's exciting to tell the person you love how you feel about them, but it can also be a bit scary to put yourself out there like that. If you're ready to confess your love but aren't quite sure how to do it, this article is here to help walk you through the process.

1. This moment is different for everybody. It's best to wait until you really understand your feelings. Spend time with her often so that you get to know them better and form a deeper bond, check how often you think about her, and be aware of how you feel when you're apart. Let your feelings deepen over time. It's also a good idea to wait until you think she may love you back. Pay attention to clear signs, like always laughing with you about inside jokes or opening up to you about her feelings. If you want to get a feel for whether you're on the same page, have a conversation where you make it clear that you only want to date her exclusively, if you haven't already.

2. Wait until you are alone so the moment feels private and special. If you feel moved to confess your feelings in the moment and you have thought it through beforehand, go for it. Just make sure you are alone so the moment will feel special and there won't be any distractions. Say something like, "I'm so lucky to have you in my life. I love you."

3. Share how you feel over dinner or during a romantic outing. Just pick a place where you have some privacy so the moment feels special. Plan a date that will make her feel comfortable and relaxed. If she likes low-key activities, skip the five-course meal in favor of burgers and milkshakes. Alternatively, prepare a picnic and tell her how you feel while eating lunch at the park.

4. If you re separated by distance, you can still tell her how you feel. Text her asking if she will be available to talk on the phone. It's best to pick a time to talk so that she won't be busy when you call to share how you feel. Text her something like, "I miss hearing your voice. Would you be free to talk on the phone this evening?" Set up a video chat date, like eating dinner together in your respective homes. Then, say something like, "I'm so happy I get to see your face even if we can't be together right now. I love you." You can also tell her how you feel over voicemail for a romantic.

5. This is a thoughtful way to tell your partner how you feel. Your gift doesn't even have to be expensive or grand. Get a hardcover copy of their favorite book and write an inscription inside that tells her how you feel. Buy a bouquet of flowers and attach a card that says "I love you." Tailor your gift to her unique interests to make her feel especially cared for and loved. If she lives out of town, surprise them with the gift and message in the mail.

6. Don't say "I love you" just to hear your partner's response. Part of saying "I love you" is feeling vulnerable and expressing your feelings genuinely. If you tell her and she don't respond immediately by saying "I love you, too," that doesn't mean your relationship is doomed. Be patient and give her some time. Different people go through relationships at different paces. It's possible they're just not ready yet. Regardless of how she respond, remember that it's never a mistake to share that you care about her.

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