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"I am missing you."

Someone says that the sentence is wrong and it should be 'I miss you', so do you agree that 'miss' cannot be used for a continuous aspect in the sentence? Thank you so much as always and have a good day.
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Where I come from, both "I miss you" and "I'm missing you" are perfectly fine. They mean exactly the same thing. Use either. Nobody will misunderstand you.

Of course, in different regions, one or other may be considered incorrect. I can only speak for my own dialect.
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AnonymousSomeone says that the sentence is wrong and it should be 'I miss you'
The sentence is correct. Feelings aren't frequently expressed as continuous actions, but that doesn't mean it's wrong.
It depends on the situation where you use it. I mean if you are missing some one since a certain period of time, lets say for a month then it's better to use I miss you
But if you are missing the person right now, you should use I am missing you