Is Valentine’s Day Actually Worth Celebrating?

Is Valentine’s Day Actually Worth Celebrating?

Valentine’s Day seems to be one of those days that persons either truly love or really hate. And just so you know, how someone feels about Valentine’s Day isn’t always a reflection of their current relationship status.

Maybe for some reason you were dreading today, or you might have just been questioning like many others “why is Valentine’s Day even a thing?”

Well I too appreciate that Valentine’s Day can be a stressful and disappointing day, especially, if you are in a relationship with a partner who doesn’t care much about this ‘day of love’.

Conversely, if you have someone to buy a romantic gift for, that can also be stressful and rather time consuming, not being sure of what to get….. You know, choosing the perfect gift.

It also doesn’t help that restaurants and cinemas are always ridiculously crowded on valentines Day, and trying to dress sexy when it’s freezing outside is certainly a challenge. I need to own this statement. Well for me it is. Lol lol.

On top of all of that, if we aren’t super careful the day can undiably get to us, the romantic pressure, and highly materialistic nature of Valentine’s Day can certainly take away from the pure intentions of a loving gesture.

This is why, in my opinion, one of the best reasons to acknowledge Valentine’s Day, SINGLE or not, is because it’s the perfect excuse to treat yourself.

Being that I have prescribed to my clients and patients that on this day they deserve a present and it doesn’t need to come from someone else for it to be awesome. I am now suggesting that you also deserve a present on Valentine’s Day, In fact, you probably like it better, because you will be getting exactly what you want

Having said that, if you have a wonderful partner, you already know that you should try expressing your appreciation daily. But if we are being honest, we will admit that life gets busy, life gets difficult and it can become quite easy to take a good partner for granted.

So, if you’re fortunate enough to be in a fun loving, healthy relationship with a ‘giving’ partner whom you deeply cherish, then you have a perfect reason to celebrate Valentine’s Day.

I would normally say ‘HAPPY VALENTINES DAY’ to you all. . But today i am more interested to know whether you celebrate it or not?

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