I need to know how shall I substitute the verb saturate and its respective noun saturation in the meaning in my question!
Please consider the following self-made sentences and the bold parts:
She made me saturated of love! (she was so kind and gave me so much love so that I don't feel any need or greed for getting love from another woman)
Now, I am saturated with love and all these experiences. Because, I've had enough so far!
I have reached the saturation degree in stuff like that.
This is how we say these sentences in a polite/formal situation in our language, but according to the dictionaries' explanations, the only possible word to convey this message is "saturation" and subsequently "saturate"!
I have no idea if this word works here properly or if not how should I imply the same messages in natural English?