While some couples, like Khloe Kardashian and Lamar Odom, fall in love and get married rather quickly (two months in this couple's case), other couples wait months to say those three little words. Why is that? Everyone is different. 

My fiance and I said "I love you" to each other after 10 days of dating, so I have no room to talk about how soon is too soon to say "I love you." Some of my friends have waited a couple months before saying "I love you" to their significant others. And then there's those young high schoolers who pop up on my Facebook newsfeed saying that they "love, luv, looooveeee" their boyfriend/girlfriend after a couple hours of officially becoming a couple. (Ok, that might be some exaggeration, but you get the point.) And if you watch How I Met Your Mother, you know that you never want to pull a Ted Mosby and tell someone you love them on the first date.

While every couple is different, I think that everyone wants to hear those three little words sooner or later. It's always nice to know that someone loves you, whether you feel the same way towards them or not. But, it can definitely catch a person off guard if they hear "I love you" too soon. It can scare people off, or it can make things move rather quickly. I guess it all depends on what you want, and hopefully you find someone who is on the same page you are. Because it can really make things difficult if one person in the relationship is already in love and the other person just isn't sure yet.

So Lovelies, how soon do you think is too soon to say "I love you"?

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