Are you hearing this from your guy? “Valentine's Day is just a made up holiday to try to get me to spend money.” “All of this hearts and romance stuff turns my stomach.” “Sorry, honey, I'm just not much of a romantic.” “I tell you 'I love you,' why do I need to buy you expensive gifts too?” It seems that the Valentine's Day haters (including men and women) grow louder and louder every year. Are you in a relationship with one?
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By Zoe Rogers
Ladies, take a breather from thinking about men, and pause to focus on your gratitude for the great gal pals you have in your life! In the spirit of friendship, this Valentine's Day, or before, hostess a fun and easy Valentine's Day Cookie Decorating Party! It's fast to set up, inexpensive to do and the bonus is you get to join the party! I coined this celebration "Gal-entine's Day" just for you and your gal pals—no guys allowed!
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A reporter asked me to help him with his column the other day, and his first question was: “Valentine’s Day is coming up. But where can you meet someone if you’re single?” I replied, “That's like asking me where to go eat when you're hungry. First you need to tell me what you like, what you are hungry for? I certainly wouldn't want to send you to a seafood restaurant if you can’t stand fish! As elementary as it sounds, we need to make this distinction and move away from the one-size-fits-all relationship mentality.