This could be flowers for no reason, or leaving a little mint on your pillow for when you wake up in the morning, or always having your favorite drink ready when you come over.These simple, routine gestures are a way of him relaxing into the relationship. For most men it starts off as a suspicion ("Holy f*ck. ") then it grows to certainty, then to anxiety about how and when to say it, and whether the woman might feel the same way.
He Keeps Your Stuff Around In the same vein, he has your stuff at his place.
Either it's the stuff you've left there, like your hair dryer, or stuff he has specifically purchased for you - perhaps a toothbrush, your favorite tea, or a type of wine you like.
He is Being a Creeper Speaking of looks, you will know your guy is getting ready to say it because you will be getting ready for a night out, or working away across the desk from him, and look up and he will be staring at you like a creeper, a slight smile playing across his face.
He's admiring you, and inwardly copping to the fact that he does indeed love you, and you just caught him in the act of doing so.
But there's plenty of reason so many people completely bug out when it comes to deciding whether the time is ripe to say those three little words.
And of course, it isn't that the act of saying them is so challenging.Your sweetie may be physically present fairly often, but is their heart and soul connecting as well, or are they off wandering in some other place?You may very well be this person's soulmate, but if they can't or won't disconnect from past relationships or emotional ties that separate a part of themselves from you, save your "I love you's" for someone who will be there with and for you with every single fiber of their being.He wants you around all the time, and is building out his personal space to accommodate and invite you in.He Has a Million Inside Jokes With You If he keeps bringing up certain inside jokes, about a horrible movie you watched together, or something your mom always says, or a funny thing you saw in the streets, it's because he is gearing up to tell you I love you.Has he invited you to fancy cocktails at a swanky hotel bar?Followed those sorts of things up with long strolls through any parks? There is never a right or wrong time to say "I love you" to someone for the first time.Sure, you can play it safe and wait until the other person says it first, or you can go with the old adage I typically like to suggest, which is to only say "I love you" when you can no longer actively stop yourself from doing so.It's everything that saying "I love you" represents. In order to be in a healthy relationship with another human person you need to in a healthy relationship with yourself.If the two of you can't or don't share belly laughs together fairly often, you might want to think twice before spilling the beans. Look inward and examine your deepest emotions, along with your motivations for feeling the love you do for this particular person, before you let your lips start flapping.