I am at the begining of the first relationship I've ever been in, long story short, me and my girlfriend were sort of set up by our friends, we've been together for 4 months, she is older than I am, and has been in a few serious relationships before. I was talking with our friend the other day, the one who sort of set us up and is close to us, and she expressed that she thought we were moving way too fast, that we shouldn't say we're in love, or talk about future plans yet. I trust my girlfriend, and I don't really feel that anything is out of balance, I know that this is very circumstantial and there's probably no right awnser, but I'm just curious as to what you feel, for lack of a better word, a 'normal' timeframe in a relationship is to say 'I love you'?
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