Showing your significant other that you love him or her is a lovely thing, but why does it have to happen only once a year? Many couples are discovering the art of daily demonstrations of affection, love, and respect. It doesn’t mean you have to go all-out every day; few have the resources for that! But there are things you can do each day to affirm and nourish your relationship.
The key is making these gestures habitual.
For some, the idea of a cozy, intimate Valentine’s Day is more appealing than a night out on the town. If that’s your style, you’ll appreciate these ideas for a cozy Valentine’s Day.
Whether you’re single, married, dating, or have small kids in the house, it can be a bit of a challenge to make Valentine’s Day fun. While the holiday is marketed as a day for couples, it doesn’t have to be exclusively for people in intimate relationships. But if you are in a relationship, you still might need some ideas for making things enjoyable.
Here are some ideas on how to make Valentine’s Day fun and enjoyable for all!
Happy Valentine’s Day!
That greeting is either going to be met with returned happiness or complete disdain. Is it just me or does it seem like Valentine’s Day is getting a lot of hate this year?!?
I know of some people that are in such a deep depression and view this day with so much anxiety, that – they are barely able to function – they call in sick, increase their drinking,