You met someone great, and now for a few months, you've been ever present in each other's lives. You do practically everything together, know everything about each other's days and the sex - the sex is absolutely mindblowing! But you're slightly confused. You know you like this person and yes, there's no doubt you're super attracted to them - but could it be love? Here are a few signs that it might just be!
1. There's affection, even when there's no sex
Small things like holding hands, or just cuddling with each other when there's no sex on the cards (for whatever reason) goes to show more affection than you can imagine. Feeling each other's touch and just having the other person around makes you happy, even when it's outside the bedroom.
2. Your past doesn't serve as a hindrance to the future
There may be things in both your pasts that made or make the other uncomfortable, but you're both willing to let go and move forward together. What happened in the past doesn't stop you from planning a future and enjoying the present together.
3. You can spend time together, just the two of you
No cellphone reception, no internet, not even another human being for company? No problem. You've got each other and you'll find a way to make the time you have together memorable. You're not scared of being stuck together, just the two of you. In fact, you look forward to spending quality time with just each other.
4. Doing things for each other doesn't feel like a chore
You never have to think before doing things for one another. Whether you ask your partner for something or your partner asks you - you don't really think of it as doing each other a "favour". Neither of you are keeping a scorecard of how much effort one puts in versus the other. Doing things that can help the other or make their life simpler in any way just makes you happy.
5. You're not scared of using terms like "us" and "we"
Using these words can seriously freak a lot of people out. But no, not you guys. You see yourselves together. So planning things that require you to be an "us" or "we" are not scary for you. Whether it's meeting each other's parents or just going out with friends, you're happy to do it as one team. Still individuals, but in everything together.