When my now husband and I approached our first Valentine’s Day, we weren’t even really together.
We had been out a couple of times, talked irregularly on the phone, and had only just established that we wanted to spend more time together in the future.
You don’t want to be clingy or act over anxious, chances are one or both of you are still seeing other people or just don’t know if you like each other yet.
Basically, the key here is to be sweet without being desperate. Here are some suggestions: 1) A single rose: The single rose tells a girl, “I would really really like to have sex with you one day and maybe even love you” without it being overkill. Preferably, get one that has a lil heart or is all decked out for v-day so you don’t need a card or anything that accompanies it. You can go the traditional heart shaped box route or be creative!
Is it really “singles awareness day” in disguise, sent to make you feel like crap because you aren’t in a relationship?
OR, the more likely scenario if you are a gay lady, you just have no idea what to get your partner, you’ve waited till the last minute and you’re in trouble.
However, Valentine’s Day is possibly the most polarizing holiday out there.
Is it a ploy by Hallmark to get couples to spend money?
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As I get older, my feelings on the holiday get less intense.
Finding a great Valentine gift can be difficult whether you're shopping for a man or woman.