Your Love Style, and If It’s Affecting Your Love Life

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When you say “I love you,” what do you mean? Perhaps you’re a hopeless romantic and think that love “awakens the soul and makes us reach for more, plants a fire in our hearts and brings peace to our minds” (anyone else reach for Ben & Jerry’s just reading this quote from The Notebook? Just me?). Or maybe you’re angsty and think that love is “just a shout into the void and that oblivion is inevitable and that we’re all doomed” (depressing, yes, but like, where are all the brooding men like Augustus in The Fault in Our Stars on Bumble?). 

There are many ways to determine compatibility–love languages, personality types, whether someone’s a dog person or a cat person–but all of these things come down to the way we define love and what we really mean when we say “I love you.” While you may think everyone has the same definition of love, the feeling of being…

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