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The psychology behind who says ‘I love you’ first in a relationship

One of the major milestones in any romantic relationship occurs when one of the participants steps up and says those three powerful little words: “I love you.”

An article by Jenna Birch printed in the October 2016 issue of “Psychology Today” examines some academic studies focused on understanding the reasons people say it when they do, and why they sometimes wait to confess their feelings.

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