How to Survive Valentine's Day When You're Single

Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Let's talk about love, since Valentine is just around the corner. Celebrating valentine on valentines day is very special when you got someone there to love you. What about to those people who doesn't have somebody to celebrate with? Well ... here some suggestion to be happy on Valentine's Day if you're single.

Remember that it's only a holiday. A commercially concocted means to sell more flowers, gifts, cards and confectionery, this holiday has a less-than-romantic origin. Okay, so it has become more romanticized over the years but it still isn't the be-all-and-end-all of one's worth in life and being single on a day that requires purchasing of goods and services to give to someone else should not leave you feeling a blithering mess.
Be patient. Being single is part of the normal cycle of human life. Lovers come and go until the "right one" turns up and if we stayed with the first person who came along forever, few of us would be certain of the "right one". Be patient and accept that Valentine's Day only comes once a year and you will have plenty more of them! In the meantime, practice being loving throughout the entire year. Your fortunes will already be improving with a loving attitude toward all.
Find things to do. Have a day with your friends. Watch a movie or go bowling. It will take your mind off Valentine's Day in no time.
Have a nice dinner. Whether it's with your family, friends, or just by yourself, have a nice relaxing dinner. Light some candles and have great conversations!
Take a bubble bath! It feels great and relaxes you enough so that you forget why you were even sad about not having a date.
Spend the night pampering yourself. Try gourmet chocolate and pedicures!

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