But generally speaking, what I’m saying here is good reasoning to follow.In terms of the way that it feels to a guy when a girl says I love you first, well, it depends.Beyond that, if you say it first, you’ll lose your chance of ever finding out when he would have said it.My feeling is that you should let him say it first.I would generally say that it’s better for the guy to say it to you first.The reason being is that to us, the saying of it isn’t a big deal in it of itself.
If he can get only 6s and 7’s in looks, he’s probably a 6 or a 7 in looks himself. They would rather tilt at windmills, trying to acquire a partner who DOESN’T want them, instead of realizing that the BEST partner for them is the one who WANTS them and VALUES them and thinks THEY are a catch. Our unrealistic expectations – of how we see ourselves – and of what we expect of our partners.They’d have the same objections I did: a little too old, not a Harvard grad, blahblahblah. If you’re single, and never find anybody “good enough,” chances are that you do the exact same thing. Because if you’ve been dating this way for 5, 10 or 20 years, there’s something that you’re not seeing.