Invented by the Monsanto of the affection industry, Hallmark, it's like all nefarious shadowy presences: its influence is traceless and ubiquitous.
There are going to be dangling pink streamers in storefronts and lots advertisements for chocolate and necklaces that are improbably shaped into hearts.
The point is to clarify who you are seeking so you’ll know when you find him or her, not to use it to keep yourself single. Next, imagine how it would feel to find the love you crave, the excitement and happiness.
When you spend time in these good feelings, you create a beacon to attract that love into your life. If you are dating with purpose, you won’t rely solely on chance. You plan can include online dating, speed dating, groups, blind dates or singles dances. The more dates you go on, the better your chances of finding a match.
Wouldn’t it be chill if Valentine’s were instead a sort of roving holiday that kicked in as your honeymoon stage was just beginning to wane, to jumpstart your conscientious devotion to romantic stuff again?
Sure, but that’s not how things work, and you’re going to have to do that one your own.
So I’ve read at least hundreds of Valentine’s cards and I’d like to think I really know what I’m talking about in terms of expressions of affection.