Here's what it all means: In the grand scheme of a long-term relationship, three months is fast.When you say “I love you” at this time, it’s like saying I love this novelty in my life — like I love this season’s new handbag.I want to start by indicating that much of a woman’s inability to ‘surrender’ so-to-speak, is to do with this underlying power struggle that plagues many relationships (when I say power struggle, I mean in terms of egos battling, in a relationship).Many people don’t want to ‘make the first move’, say I love you too much, be vulnerable to their partner/show their vulnerability, show love as often as they should, because they fear that the other person may then have more ‘power’, or ‘control’ of the situation. But I think you’ll know what I mean when I say that, as a group of women in this modern age, many are taught to be independent and ‘strong’, and have the ability to ‘not be hurt’. Unfortunately, in today’s society, honesty (and I mean REAL honesty, not insensitive bluntness disguised as honesty) and showing our emotions/vulnerabilities is not encouraged. They may venture so deeply into thought as to seem detached, and often actually are oblivious to the world around them.
An INTP arguing a point may very well be trying to convince himself as much as his opposition.These traits create an individual that is mostly concerned with internal affairs rather than that which goes on around them.For the right individual, an INTP can be a very loving, affectionate, and committed companion. There are stages, uphill climbs, breezy trails, slippery slopes and everything in between.When you say “I love you” for the first time, it has a very different meaning than when you say it one year into the relationship (or even past that point).