Like most men, I learned rather quickly that being that nice guy wasn't the best of decisions. Then all of a sudden logic swarms back into reality and bad, once again, means bad.You see, I never saw being nice as a decision that needed to be made – I understood it as a state that naturally existed. Understanding why women go for those bad boys isn't difficult to understand.Here's what it all means: In the grand scheme of a long-term relationship, three months is fast.When you say “I love you” at this time, it's like saying I love this novelty in my life — like I love this season's new handbag.You're growing together, you're encountering new situations on both an individual and couple level and, thus, the definition of “I love you” evolves with your relationship.However you say it (through tears or through laughter), wherever you say it (after a good romp or first thing in the morning), and whenever you say it (three months or three years) one thing is always constant: There is some type of love present.
It might not be the kind of love you have for people who've been in your life forever, but it still feels different and special.
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