Valentine’s Day is almost here. Commercially it has been hyped up and displayed everywhere you go. It is great for people who have a “Valentine” and are looking forward to celebrating the day.
However, what about people who may be single, recently broke up from a relationship, or may have lost their valentine due to death or other circumstances?
To these ones, Valentines Day may not seem fair and could cause emotional pain. It could also bring up painful memories of loss or the reminder of a lack of a relationship.
How can we survive such an emotionally charged day if this is how we feel?
Also, it would raise the question: Why are loved ones expected to shower each other with extra efforts, gifts, time and money to acknowledge the love for each other specifically on this day?
Read my 7 tips to how to survive Valentine’s Day
Here are my parting words on this matter:
Valentine’s day is what you make of it. Being your own valentine is important before being someone else’s. Try and make the most of each day by loving yourself and spreading love to others. Let me know which tips worked for you and get in touch if you would like some support around any of these issues.