Right now, she can see how love languages matter to people, but she’s worried that if she does break the news to him that she doesn’t like him saying certain things to her, it will make him pull back.
She likes her boyfriend a lot, and she really wants to continue their relationship; not being on the same page love language-wise is not a deal-breaker for her.
But still, she’s left wondering if there’s a way she can address the situation with her boyfriend.
“Should I just give in and let him say all of these things to me, even when I feel like he’s overusing the phrases and making them lose all meaning?” she wondered.
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