As one who is admittedly unqualified to determine if a dating for one month in love is an appropriate amount of time to date before saying "I love you," I instead spoke to dating and relationship expert Meredith Golden to gather her opinion on the matter.
You can be "dating" someone for a month, but with your busy schedules, maybe you've only seen each other once a week. Somehow, no matter how "meant-to-be" you might feel, I can't help but think that saying "I love you" after hanging out for less hours than there are in a day is a terrible idea.
A month is a long time. My initial thought is: I don't know of anyone who's spent every single day together the entire first month of their relationship, and maybe that's the point. But love is love, and stranger things have happened, so the day rule seems like a good one.
And, I mean, are they even your "official" partner after one month? Sorry for all of the opinions, but a month is super short in my tortoise-like dating life.
This theory would lead me to posit that saying "I love you" early on is a big fat You can be "dating" someone for a month, but with your busy.