Unfriend your ex...and give yourself a break-over! Feb. 13 is the Second Annual Break Up With Your Ex Day, and we've launched BreakUpWithYourEx.com as a resource center to help people move on and forget about their ex — for good — before Valentine's Day.
February - the Month of Love. For singles hoping to be couples, February can be a month of loneliness and agony instead. For centuries, poets have captured this pain with a romantic sincerity. This pain is powerful and can make us do the most ridiculous things in the name of finding Happily Ever After, especially with so many potential mistakes being available to us at the stroke of a keyboard.
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There are a million approaches to Valentine's Day out there. Some people do gifts, others don't — still others sneer at the whole spectacle and insist Valentine's Day was invented by Hallmark. Whatever your thoughts on the subject, admit it: You love getting gifts.
Seven ideas that treat V-Day not as glorification of romance, but as a celebration of love in general—love for yourself, your friends, your community and for the world. The ideas will even work for those who would prefer to be coupled up. So go forth and revel—no matter what your relationship status is.
It's hard enough having a long distance relationship in the first place, and Valentine's Day will not be any easier. While you probably can't turn lemons wholly into lemonade you can still make a killer long distance Valentine's gift. We've talked to dozens of long distance couples and read a whole cupboardful of books and articles on this, so here are our best tips for guys. Feel together
Valentine’s Day—the ultimate day of romance, fairy tales, and absolutely ideal intimacy. This year, how about something else—how about honoring your relationship and your sexuality by doing a reality check on an issue that complicates, confuses, and frustrates a lot of people? Porn. His porn.
Valentines Day is coming. Are you feeling compelled to move forward with a relationship, or ask someone out on a date and yet no matter how hard you try, you can’t pull the trigger and act on your desires? On one hand your mind badgers you to call her or contact him and on the other, it harasses you mercilessly for being lily-livered and a loser. And now here you are, approaching another Valentine’s Day hoping against hope that this year will be different.
Roses and chocolates. Red and pink. Silly poems. The highschool dance. Being the kid who didn't receive any Valentines at all. Potent reminder of disastrous past relationships. The commercialized fakery and the pressure to express love you don't feel, or receive love gifts from those you know don't really love you. Its not only singles that say they hate Valentine's Day! If you belong to the rapidly growing group of folks who wish the day would simply disappear, you are not alone.
Love is in the air as we approach Valentine's Day, the sexiest of holidays for serious and not-so serious couples alike. And whether your V-Day date involves staying at home with a movie or a weekend in wine country, the best way to set the sexy mood with your partner is by donning some hot lingerie.
Jamie and Kurt are a sweet, successful couple in their early thirties. In spite of loving each other deeply, they often find themselves in conflict over seemingly minor issues, as most couples do. Recently, just one week before Valentine's Day, they had a particularly hurtful argument. Jamie had expressed her unhappiness about Kurt's busy schedule and the limited time he finds to spend with her. As usual, Kurt promised to try harder and they got through it. But having not dealt with the real issues at hand, the problem was bound to resurface.
Choosing a Valentine's Day gift for your main squeeze ain't easy, we know. The choices seem endless (flowers? chocolate? flowers and chocolate?) and the line between romantic and cheeseball is easily crossed. Check out our five senses gift guide for 30 sense-sational (sorry, couldn't resist!) Valentine's Day gift ideas for your boyfriend, girlfriend, wife or husband.
Every February, we hear alot about looove and valentines and hearts and flowers and kisses. Depending on your relationship status – and your state of mind – this is either super-fun and exciting, or it’s a total downer. Whether you’re happily coupled, happily single….or not-so-happily coupled or not-so-happily single, the challenge for February is to fall passionately in love….with yourself. I challenge you to love yourself enough to:
Were Valentine's Day a person, I would feel compelled to defend her, take her out to dinner boost her confidence, and let her wonder that I too wonder why people avoid and bad mouth her this time of year. After all, she's just a pastel pink and blood red holiday Hallmark moment. She's not offensive, cruel or beneath me or anyone else.
So, maybe you're kinda-sorta seeing a guy, but you haven't quite DTR-ed (our shorthand for "defined the relationship") yet. Sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but things may go from casual to complicated as Valentine's Day approaches—especially if you and your guy have different expectations for how you'd like to spend the holiday or for your budding relationship. To help you make it through, we've outlined some tips to keep you sane.
Looking to liven up your sex life this Valentine's Day? Whether you're married or have been dating for a little while, certain accessories can take your intimate pleasure to the next level.
Here at YourTango, we have A LOT of love for our celebrity crushes. This year, we couldn't let another Valentine's Day go by without letting these sexy, sweet and adorable stars know how we feel!