Is There A Difference Between "I Love You" And "I Have Feelings For You"?


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tinga nih Profile
tinga nih answered
Yup!!! I love you means LOVE.. Feelings.. Well.. I can tell my enemy that I have a feeling for her.. Which is BAD!!... It always has to be how they say it.. And only you can tell that..
Ri Tam Profile
Ri Tam answered
Yes, there is a very big difference. Love requires action and feelings are just feelings. When you tell somebody you love them, you need to show that person you love them. If I say I like that person, that means, to me, you like being around them.
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
Yes love is stronger and more deeply involved while feelings can just come and go so what I'm saying is love=forever while feelings=come and go ok
Maxine Chan Profile
Maxine Chan answered
Yes, love means you truly care for that other person while I have feelings for you means they just like you but truly do not love you since they have not figured you out yet.
rosa baez Profile
rosa baez answered
I love means you are sure this is the one.  I have feelings for you means it could develope into something but I'm not sure yet.

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