Is There A Right Time To Say “I Love You”?

Is There A Right Time To Say “I Love You”?

Is there a right time or wrong time for one to say “I love you”?

During a first date?

Second date?

During sex?

After a few chats in your DM?

After two weeks into your relationship?

Six months into your relationship?

What time do you think is best for someone to tell you they love you – or for you to tell someone you love them?

And if they don’t feel the same way for you when you say it to them, would that be a deal breaker or will you simply wait for them to be ready to say it back?

These and many more about the subject of saying “I love you” are what the hosts of The Minority Report Nigeria discuss in this episode.

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  1. Oba of Benin
    June 11, 22:38 Reply

    i don’t subscribe to the idea of having a SPECIAL time to say I love you…. to me, it is more of a ritual. When on phone with my baby, chatting, chilling out during sex EVEN when we have our differences, I ALWAYS tell my baby I LOVE YOU. Though he doesn’t reciprocate but recently he does after i told him what i feel

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