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How much do you love me? How do you answer that?

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Question - (6 December 2010) 6 Answers - (Newest, 6 December 2010)
A female United States age 18-21, anonymous writes:

ok, so i have this boyfriend that lives in a different state so we dont get to see eachother much..but i really love him and a couple of times hes asked me how much i love him..i just get lost for words! How can i explain it?

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A female reader, tennisstar88 United States +, writes (6 December 2010):

tennisstar88 agony aunt

I always tell them, "On a scale of 1-10, an 11." Or hold out your arms as wide as you can and say "This much.".

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A female reader, xanthic United States +, writes (6 December 2010):

xanthic agony aunt'A lot', and leave it at that. You shouldn't have to prove your love to him by saying the right thing, just as loaded questions like this shouldn't be asked in the first place.

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A female reader, Dorothy Dix Australia +, writes (6 December 2010):

Hi there. It's hard to tell someone "how much" you love them in so many words.

Perhaps you could simply describe how you feel about him, saying how you feel when you think about him. Feelings you have -

(1) Happiness.

(2) Butterflies in the stomach.

(3) Tell him how much you miss him. This is a good one, as we all like to think that someone misses us - it's a sign of deep caring and love.

(4) Tell him about different things you have done together - like going somewhere special, or a fun place - then remind him of how you felt on that day and what you did and how much you enjoyed the day.

(5) Tell him about how much you enjoy his company, and just being with him - even if you don't actually go out anywhere.

(6) Tell him how much you enjoy his sense of humour, his personality etc.

(7) Tell him how much you enjoy the places he takes you to and that you appreciate that he cares enough to take you to nice places - movies, shows, a meal etc.

(8) Tell him that you really love him, and think about him almost constantly.

These are just some ideas, but you probably get the general idea.

The main thing is letting him know how you feel about him and what it means for him to be a part of your life. These are all things that men like to know. He just wants to know that he is important to you. The same way you would.

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (6 December 2010):

He wants to know how much? Isn't it enough that you love him? Any guy who is trying to make you prove your love or the extent of your love is a douche. He probably has an ulterior motive with asking. As in "How much? Do you love me enough to drive across state and get in bed with me? Enough to go down on me or pleasure me in this or that way?" Yep.

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A reader, anonymous, writes (6 December 2010):

Listen to the dialogue into to the song Who's Your Baby by the Archies. :) Then mime the part I'm referring to when he asks. Then hug.

-Tante Victoire

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A female reader, Mjfbla United States +, writes (6 December 2010):

Mjfbla agony auntLots of way...More then you will ever know. So much i cant explain it. Enough to do anything for you.Tons tons tons! or u can cutely just ask well how much do you love me?

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