Why can't everyday be Valentines' Day?
February is the month for love and romance and the Hallmark appointed Valentine's Day celebration which grosses close to $20 Billion. But Valentine's Day for both singles and couples can be rife with frustration, regrets, and challenges.
Valentines Day makes many singles even more aware of their single status and the lack of a romantic connection in their lives. While some couples can embrace and enjoy the day and each other, there are just as many for whom this holiday brings up dread.
There is the feeling of the obligatory "we need to have sex", rather than we want to have sex. The rush to grab flowers or chocolate or jewelry and go to a crowded restaurant for dinner. Even our children feel the pressure around Valentines Day and having to chose who or who not to send a Valentine to at school.
What's supposed to make this day special is appreciating and professing love for yourself or for your partner. But why chose one day out of 365 for this activity? Shouldn't we be doing this everyday of our lives?
Here are Five ways to make every day Valentine's Day :
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