Prior generations of parents and grandparents rarely said, “I love you.” As families gather for the holidays, this one will be saying it to their children constantly. Has familiarity devalued those three little words? Or are we better at saying what is so important to say?
Prior generations of parents and grandparents rarely said, “I love you.” As families gather for the holidays, this one will be saying it to their children constantly. Has familiarity devalued those three little words? Or are we better at saying what is so important to say? Dreamstime TNS
Prior generations of parents and grandparents rarely said, “I love you.” As families gather for the holidays, this one will be saying it to their children constantly. Has familiarity devalued those three little words? Or are we better at saying what is so important to say? Dreamstime TNS

Everybody says ‘I love you.’ Are we devaluing love, actually?

December 21, 2017 04:00 AM