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    can you ever be 'too' in love with your significant other?
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    No
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    Oh yes, you can. You could turn into an obsessive person, wanting to know where they are and what they're doing at all times all in the name of love.
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    How do you define being "too" in love?
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    (Original post by Emily.97)
    How do you define being "too" in love?
    I've been with my significant other for 8 months now and we are best friends, we live together at uni and we study the same subject, I'm just besotted with him really and i will always tell him i love him before i go to sleep and i will make him coffee in the morning but he is a lot less 'affectionate' to me, like he doesn't do little gestures like make me coffee in a morning or says he loves me, if i don't say it then it won't be said so yeah i feel like its more on my side. don't get me wrong we love each other to death i just sometimes feel like its just me
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    (Original post by Justmoll28)
    I've been with my significant other for 8 months now and we are best friends, we live together at uni and we study the same subject, I'm just besotted with him really and i will always tell him i love him before i go to sleep and i will make him coffee in the morning but he is a lot less 'affectionate' to me, like he doesn't do little gestures like make me coffee in a morning or says he loves me, if i don't say it then it won't be said so yeah i feel like its more on my side. don't get me wrong we love each other to death i just sometimes feel like its just me
    Maybe he's just naturally a less expressive or affectionate person? Either that or perhaps he feels he doesn't need to do those things since you already know he loves you, so there's no point in showing it. I'd say voice your concerns, tell him the little things like making coffee go a long way and would be much appreciated.

    I wouldn't worry about it too much though.
 
 
 
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