Valentine’s Day is the day of Romance. Romance is love in its active state, ignited and inspired. Valentine’s Day may feel like a day forced on us by the Greeting Card, Jewelry and Floral industries, but the truth is that we have accepted it because we recognize and value its purpose. Valentine’s Day is an opportunity to ignite our existing relationship with romance, and love with an added dose of romance will result in a stronger, longer lasting and far more satisfying relationship.
However, If you really want to be romantic, ignore all of these commercial products this Valentine’s Day. Buying a card or some candy from the store only shows that you’re doing what’s expected. Going the extra mile to be creative shows that you really care. If you want to really be romantic take the time to find out what is special and meaningful to her. That gesture will be worth more than the biggest chocolate heart.
Be thankful that you have someone that you can be vulnerable with. Having a woman in your life is the ultimate gift. Your bodies fit together because your souls fit together and you’re meant to be together. Say thank you to your partner. Tell her how grateful you are that she is in your life.
The male counterparts are not the best at sharing their feelings. They may need a little poking and prodding. Don’t look at this as a sign that they don’t care. They need your help. Show him how to be a good lover. Be clear about what you want, he’s probably more scared than you.