Wiki says the following (excerpted): “Saint Valentine's Day (commonly shortened to Valentine's Day) is an annual commemoration held on February 14th celebrating love and affection between intimate companions. The day is named after one or more early Christian martyrs, Valentine. It is traditionally a day on which lovers express their love for each other by presenting flowers, offering confectionery, and sending greeting cards ("valentines").
Based on that comes the assumption and not just the assumption but the fact that a woman will dress up for others. But there are a couple of factors that would influence the statement above, such as: the age, the surroundings and in this case we are talking not just about the type of environment, but the people as well.
There are a few things that can turn your Valentine's Day celebration in a nightmare. Read on to find out what you should not do, so that you don't spoil this special day. Expecting too much Women expect a little too much on Valentine's, blame their genes, their vivid imagination, their sister's boyfriend's good acts or the ex-boyfriend's chivalrous gifts, but they are going to expect more than you give. Expecting too much on any day is bad but on Valentine's Day these expectations can have dangerous results.
By Julie Spira, online dating expert and the bestselling author of The Perils of Cyber-Dating February may be the shortest month of the year, but for those anticipating Valentine’s Day, it’s critical to ramp up your online dating search. There’s no quicker way to find a date on the Internet than by starting with a cyber face-lift of your existing dating profile.
By Sherry Richert Belul, founder of Simply Celebrate Whether you’re madly in love, still looking for love, or are in a snit with the one you love, these 14 tips below are surefire ways to jump start more luvin’ feelings in your life, just in time for Valentine’s Day. Just choose one of these suggestions and try it out – on your spouse, your beau, yourself, or a friend. Or for those who crave a larger dose of feelin’ good, try one a day for the next 14 days!
Wouldn’t you like somebody to love? It seems most of Hollywood thinks they do. So many celebrities jump in and out of relationships that we need a scorecard to keep track. Just when we they’ve got it right, Cupid’s pulse hits a flat line. If celebrities can’t keep their relationships together, we wonder: can we? Take beloved Sandra Bullock, left standing at the altar of her professional accomplishments, Oscar in hand, gushingly thanking her beloved Jesse James – only to find he has been screwing around behind her back. Naturally, she instantly dumps him.
Pinkee here~ I wrote a blog today about open relationships. It’s called Choosing The Path Less Traveled. You’ll see it next week. But as I was writing it, I realized I was getting ahead of myself. Let’s start at the beginning. Why would anyone choose to have an open relationship in the first place, and is it something you’d like to pursue? To give a few ideas, you may want to get into an open relationship if: -You believe that monogamy is unnatural for human beings.
By Krissy Dolor for Cupid's Pulse The vacation destination theme continued on week six of ABC’s The Bachelor as Brad Womack and the remaining eight bachelorettes took another trip – this time, to Costa Rica. With the lush green landscape, a waterfall and a volcano view from The Springs Resort and Spa, what’s not to like about week six?
Dear Dr. Romance: My ex and I lived in the UK. She dumped me a few months ago and she went to France as an exchange student. She will be back next year, but at that time I will have graduated and left school here, and she will be doing her final year here. so as you can see reading books about body language, appearance ,and etc does not help me. I want to understand what she's thinking. Should I go where she is? Dear Reader:
1997 Valentine’s Day, + 1 hour 13 minutes You don’t have to read this, but I don’t think I am the only who thinks you should. Valentine’s Day was always a day that I just simply admired from a very young age. I loved the sweet, silly and colorful little cards my friends and I would share with each other.