Valentine’s Day Debunked

5 Myths about Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day is the day for the celebration of love.  Men and women get excited about this day, while others can get physically sick because they do not have a special someone.  This can be a beautiful day but it should not be a special day.  Rather it should be an extension of the love you express to the special people in your life everyday.  So do not get caught up in the hype and let’s look at some of the myths that boggles us down on this day.

1.     Valentines Day is Only for Couples

The first myth that should be debunked about Valentine’s Day is that it is only for couples.  This is not true! Valentine’s Day is normally spent between couples, but if you are not in a relationship there is no need for you to spend the day alone.  Spend the day with other people you enjoy being around.

2.     You Have to do Something Extravagant on Valentine’s Day to Show Your Love

This is so not true. Love is about showing people: respect, compassion, appreciation and understanding.  It does not make a difference if you go full force for only one day and return to your poor behavior for the rest of the year, because showing love is a continuous process.

3.     If Your Relationship Last Until Valentine’s Day it Will Last Forever

Many people hold out on breaking up with their spouse before Valentines because they think it would be cruel.  However, if you have no intentions on working on your relationship, there is no need to lead someone on to believe they still have a future with you.

4.     The Sex will get Better

Sex does not get better with a person because the day changes.  Sex gets better through practice, patience, understanding, willingness, and love.  Not because it is Valentines.

5.     Valentine's Day is an Indicator of Your Love Life for the Rest of the YearValentine’s Day is one day. 

It is not an indicator of your love life for the rest of the year.  It is just a symbol of where your love life is for today.  Do not worry about the past for it is gone and do not worry about the future for it is not here yet.  Be grateful for the blessings of today.

Do not let the hype and the commercialization of Valentine’s Day get you down.  Show the people you love that you love them everyday.  If you need help understanding your dating dilemmas contact Cupid’s Planner to learn more about our intimacy and relationship coaching services. We specialize in the empowerment and sexual freedom of women. 


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