Want to tell her you love her but you’re not sure how she feels about you? Here’s how to do it regardless of your fears:
Step 3: Start out slow
Before you actually drop the big revelation of your feelings for her, start out with simple conversation to get her in the right frame of mind to hear what you have to say. You’ve set the background and ambience to be romantic, or at the very least relaxing, so she should be in as receptive a mood as possible.
Keep the conversation light and upbeat, but slowly shift things toward the more romantic, deeper topics of conversation.
Step 4: Drop the L-bomb
Eventually, you’re just going to have to bite the bullet and tell her how you feel. No more stalling, no more dancing around the subject with your words.
You don’t have to come out and blurt “I love you” as if out of nowhere. Work up to it by telling her how she makes you feel, the way you feel about the time you spend together, and more. Try telling her that you really like her, and see if she responds with “I like you a lot too”. If she does, it could be time to tell her that you more than just like her.
Remember, you want to tell the woman that you love her or are falling in love with her, but without putting pressure on her to respond in kind. That is when women panic and say or do things that they cannot unsay and undo.
“I love you” is a statement, and you shouldn’t be expecting her to answer it in kind. You’re doing this to tell her how you feel, not to manipulate her into loving you.
In Part 3, we’ll see how to react to any answer she gives you…
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