When should you say & # 39; I love you & # 39 ;? New research shows that Australian couples say the three words within three months – but those in the UK wait TWO times as long
- Online dating website eHarmony has released information about three special words
- They have deciphered how fast it takes the Australians and Britons to say I love you
- Aussies take two months, while people in the UK wait twice as long for six months
- Britons say the words on average about 10 times a day, while Aussies say 8
How soon is it too early to tell your partner that you love them?
According to the latest research from online dating website eHarmonyAustralians are most inclined to say those three small words in the first three months.
One in ten even jumps in with a declaration of love within seven days.
Couples in the UK, however, wait twice as long and wait an average of six months to express each other.
According to the latest survey from online dating website eHarmony, Australians will most likely say these three words in the first three months
& # 39; We are now living in a different love climate, with things like dating apps that allow us to come into contact with total strangers we may never have met, & # 39; Australian psychologist Sharon Draper told FEMAIL.
& # 39; But that is why we are even more afraid to scare that person away and & # 39; I love you & # 39; sounds like a sure commitment. & # 39;
Based on these comments, the fact that 67 percent of Australians have told only two partners or less that they love them, compared with 54 percent from Britain.
& # 39; In my experience, many people talk to many people. They test the waters for this & # 39; correct & # 39; person, but there is not one, only someone with the most suitable values for you, & Draper said.
British couples trade on average 10 times a day, while for Australians that is eight
Psychologist Sharon Draper (photo)
Although it takes a while to drop the & # 39; L & # 39; word, it once becomes a regular trade-off.
British couples say & # 39; I love you & # 39; on average 10 times a day, but it is eight for Australians.
& # 39; One of the biggest problems is that people say it to try to find out if the other person feels that way, not because they really want to say it, & # 39; she said.
& # 39; You must be okay with using the words, no matter what the response is. & # 39;
Interestingly, women put more emphasis on wording than men, although depending on what kind of & # 39; love language & # 39; they have, it will make a huge difference to how much it means to them.
& # 39; There are different ways in which people express love. For some people it is physical touch of words of confirmation, & Draper said.
Almost half of the millennials have sex with their partners before they say & # 39; I love you & # 39; compared with 32 percent of baby boomers.
Thirty-seven percent of the millennials say it in bed for the first time compared to 12 percent of baby boomers.
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