Valentine's Day comes with many expectations for couples, but which ones stem from myths? Luckily you no longer have to worry since 10 of them are being revealed!
One of those myths is that you have to celebrate on February 14th. This of course isn't always true since sometimes that day falls on a busy weekday. Also, when you end up celebrating the same time as everyone else then things get crowded, so pick a day that is more suitable for the both of you.
Another myth is that if you've only been dating for a few months then it's fine to pass up the holiday. Unless you want to start a disagreement, or hurt your partner's feelings — celebrate it. Of course you don't have to put on a big show, but it is a time to show that your partner is a special person in your life that you want to continue to get to know each other.
Now of course there are much more complex myths, like do chocolate and flowers honestly make good Valentine's Day gifts? Is dinner a good plan for the holiday?
Find out those answers here: Valentine's Day Myths Revealed
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