“we nevertheless appreciate him or her. I’m just not deeply in love with your,” is one of the most cliche of cliches—so very much to ensure that it seems like a cop-out. What does that even suggest? What’s the difference between “love” and “in love”?
We don’t thought it’s fundamentally a cop-out. In my opinion it is the difference between “love” and “like.”
Last week, my family and I found myself in it.