Not really. It's your own choice anyway to celebrate or not. And celebrating does not necessarily mean you need someone.
Yes thats true.And for people who are single and those who are in Long Distance relationship you dont need to be bitter or to feel alone.Just hang out with friends and family and you will feel the true essence happiness and love.
If a celebration feels like it's "work" that defeats the purpose.
Holidays, vacations, or anytime designated for celebration is about having FUN or enjoying oneself! All of which is optional.
The trick I suppose is if you're in a relationship that your mate is agreement with you. Natural compatibility trumps compromise!
What makes people cynical is feeling "obligated" to follow a romance novel routine when that's not who (they) are.
Fortunately each of us is free to (choose) whatever we enjoy.
Life is a (personal) journey!
Its really meant for couples and lovers to reinvest in their relationship because its a day filled with hope for moving forward. I think with all the holidays we are given as a nation, Valentine's Day is necessary for those people. Now, on the other hand, single people can do a Valentine's Day any day of the year without anyone even knowing that that was what they were here for. Happy Valentine's Day people.
by alexandriaruthk 3 years ago
How did you celebrate Valentines day?Dinner date, movie or just stay at home?
by jagandelight 7 years ago
Why is Valentines Day a big deal?
by Elena 8 years ago
Do Muslim couples Celebrate Valentines, as it's named after two Christian martyrs?
by Cassidy K. 8 years ago
How should you celebrate Valentines day alone??
by Sa Toya 8 years ago
So I'm seeing lot of threads about what are you getting for someone expecting, plans etc.Just wondering if I'm the only one pretty happy with ignoring the day altogether...and no it's not because I'm single, I've felt the same when I wasn't.I just never really put much emphasis on it, it seems to...
by C E Clark 5 years ago
Men, what do you most dislike about Valentine's Day?Lots of men tell me they dislike Valentine's Day and that they would rather skip it. To the men out there . . . what do you dislike most about Valentine's Day?
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