If someone reacted like that to my declaration of love, I WOULD feel insecure! And, I suspect, he likes it that way. Insecure people try very hard to please. <br />
If you are feeling insecure, maybe there's a good reason.
no..it doesn't have to mean that.<br />
I don;t tell someone i love them..and expect them to say it back..i say it because i want too..just to let them know i'm feeling it.<br />
Speak your own feelings..when and if they're feeling it..they'll tell you when they want to express it.<br />
This love stuff is not always easy.
I dislike when I love you is said in a way that requires a reply. If it's in the moment and it's expressed that's good but will get ackward if you sit there waiting for the "I love you too". It is not the same as you saying I love you at a different moment. Never ask 'do you love me' unless you are ready for a negative answer, and almost always it never is expected as a negative.
Maybe he's really close to loving you, but not quite there? Is there a 'love quantity' and once you pass a certain amount of affection, you love the person? I don't know, I'm just guessing.
I agree with BrainyBlonde honestly.....
No, "I don't love you" means that they don't love you. Sometimes saying "I love you" annoys me if it happens too much. If you want to affirm your love then you need to do a lot more than just say it.
I think your ex soon will print multiple copies of page with list of your questions and list of his answers to avoid unnecessary repetition :)
Geez, he's your ex. Grow up. Love isn't a game. Is this really love? Does your heart scream his name? Does your soul tell you that this is the one? Can you live a day without hearing his voice or at least texting him? Would you sacrifice your soul for him, without hesitation? Ask yourself these questions and re-think things.
Well sometimes a person really don't want to say they love you they'll rather SHOW it instead;)