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Men Are Quicker Than Women to Say ‘I Love You’

Men and women, "I love you"
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Contrary to popular belief, men are three times more likely than women to be the first in a relationship to say ‘I love you.’

This was among the findings of a Penn State University study, which interviewed 172 college students on their relationships. The researchers also determined that these weren’t just empty words, and that men typically fall in love in a matter of weeks, while it takes months for a woman to feel the same way.

The reason for this¬†discrepancy¬†shouldn’t be so surprising, either.

“It can be argued that men’s falling in love and exclaiming this love first may be a by-product of them equating love with sexual desire,” explained psychologist Marissa Harrison, who worked on the study. “But research shows passionate love and sexual desire are distinctly different mechanisms.”

[The Telegraph]

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