Could it only take a week or 2 to be in-love or does it take longer than that to be?

Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Female
Just want to ask basic questions.
I've read all the basic, most helpful tips on love and stuff but it doesn't quite answer these questions i'm dieing to find the answers to:Is there a spesific age of when you could be in-love, is it possible at the age from 14-15?
Could it only take a week or 2 to be in-love or does it take longer than that to be?
How do you know for certain if your partner REALLY loves you besides of when he tells you?
How can I let (him) know that he means absolutly evreything to me,that he's my life, he's the only one that makes me happy at the moment when he's around, that he's the only one i feel safe around and NO ONE ELSE!
*thanks* Advice
What you are describing sounds more like puppy love than real love.

This is not to say that you aren't one of the small number of real loves that start early and quickly. That is possible too.

My advice is to give this romance six months before you consider it to be a strong love. Meanwhile talk with your boyfriend all the time about anything that is on your mind, and especially about love. He may be a little young to know what he really thinks but that's young love and if the love is true you will find out the answers.

Good luck!

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