“Don’t rush into any kind of relationship. Work on yourself. Feel yourself, experience yourself and love yourself. Do this first and you will soon attract that special loving other.” – Russ von Hoelscher Valentine’s Day is overrated Valentine’s Day is overrated and if it were up to me, I would change this day to Self Love Day. Valentine’s Day brings the following scenarios:
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The body language that you convey on a date is crucial in obtaining that second date. Moving on to date number two will require more than your dazzling personality, or the sexy little black dress you wear. Your body language says a great deal about who you are and if you are even attracted to the man sitting across from you. It says more than the words you speak or the tone in your voice, and it really works to your advantage.
Have you released the past pain created by relationships that have ended? Have you let go of the ones who have hurt you, abandoned you or disappointed you? Look in the mirror and ask yourself these questions… Was I or am I valued? Do I value myself? Was I or am I respected? Do I respect myself? Who makes me feel unloved or not good about myself? Do I feel love in my heart?
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Valentine's Day. It’s just a day, right? Wrong. Expectations are high. Disappointments are high. Self love and appreciation seem to be at an all-time low on this one particular day of the year. Perhaps that this is why there are more relationship break-ups on this day than any other day of the year.
After a little Valentine’s Day swooning with I love you to the moon and back cards, a dozen long stemmed roses wrapped in red tissue paper and a fancy dinner, is your man expecting some kind of bedroom reward? You betcha. How much money does a guy have to spend to get lucky on Valentine’s Day anyway? I’ve got some data from a 2013 survey with thousands of respondents that will tell you exactly how much men are spending on the ladies in hopes that a little romancing will have a big bedroom payoff.
When you think about Valentine’s Day what is the first feeling that comes to mind? If you’re like me or my husband, then our initial feelings tends to be one part apathy mixed with a lot of excitement. We want to celebrate our relationship, but we also do not want to fall prey to over-commercialization. We’ve celebrated enough Valentine’s together (ten and counting!) that chocolate and roses seem thoughtless, instead of thoughtful. This got me thinking about what three presents are perfect for both him and her.
If you have young kids, or if you've been married quite a while, you may need some help priming the proverbial pump. Research shows that the juicy feelings associated with romantic love tend to fade after about two years.