Take your time and do not hurry to say those three magic words? With all the milestones in a relationship, mustering the nerve to say “I love you“ to your partner can be seriously nerve-wracking.
What if they don’t feel the same way? Or what if they run for the hills? While some of us spend weeks, if not months, mulling it over, others -like the perma-tanned contestants on `Love Island’ for instance -are willing to take the risk early on. Inspired by the speedy lovers in their Spanish villa, YouGov asked 3,947 people about the earliest they’d ever said “I love you“ to a person they were dating. The most common length of time people waited was three months with an impressive 22%. As many as 14% admitted to saying it after six months, while 13% uttered those all important words within the first month. Not everyone is as reserved when it comes to expressing how they feel though, with 3% saying “I love you“ in as little as a week. At the more cautious end, 3% said it in nine months, 6% in a year and 2% in a staggerng two years. Happyho also provide best Meditation classes and yoga classes in Noida and Delhi NCR India area.
There is no magic formula to say the words. Withholding an `I love you’ for years could end up pushing your partner away , while spilling it within a week could send them running. So, one must say it when they’re sure you feel it.
Sadly , 10% also confessed that they had never told a partner they loved them or ever been in love. But given that most participants were 18-25 years old, this shouldn’t come as a shock.
A dating app to find a celeb doppelganger
A smartphone dating app is offering people the chance to date their celebrity crush by filtering results using new facial recognition technology. Singletons using the `Badoo’ app can search for a celebrity like Kendall Jenner or Justin Bieber and the app will pull up profiles of people who most closely match the celebrity. The catch is they’ll have to like you back before you can start chatting.  Looks are clearly prioritised over location so while you might find someone the spitting image of Nicole Scherzinger, they could be on the other side of the country. However, Badoo says it has over 350 million users, so there’s quite a pool to choose from. Apparently, the most searched-for celebrity lookalike in Britain is Robert Pattinson, while it’s Kim Kardashian for the world at large. DAILY MIRROR