Second, follow Dan Savage’s advice and have sex you go out for V-Day – no food issues, no sleepy issues, much less pressure on the “perfect night.” Third, if something like this does happen, examine your relationship generally to make sure this is just a V-Day fluke and not a fundamental loss of romance between the two of you. Sometimes the opposite happens, especially if this is a relatively new relationship.
It might be time for a trip to Hawaii or some new positions in the bedroom. He or she puts out all the stops, and it’s an insanely romantic, sexy, adventurous night.
When you’ve just started dating someone, you have to let the progression of commitment occur naturally. You go out with your girlfriend of two years, do a nice dinner, catch a movie, then you get home and just don’t feel like having sex.
That arbitrary, rose-petal-covered holiday in the middle of winter — you know the one — can be a fickle, dangerous thing.I’m sure most of you know what I’m talking about, and have had at least one of the below happen to you. He got her way too expensive a gift and now she feels uneasy about the relationship; she got him a stupid toy gun because she thought he’d find it funny, but they’ve been together for six years and he’s really hurt by it.