When you've just started dating, Valentines Day can be tough. If you've only been out a few times, can you expect him to send flowers?
Is she going to be mad if you don't plan a romantic evening?
Luckily, singles can have fun on Valentines Day, too.
When you've just started dating someone and it shows promise — and you are in that weird grey area between "Everything you say surprises and delights me!
In a new relationship, there are only three ways to deal with the Valentines challenge: Being single on February 14 can be depressing.
What if you're the only woman in the office that doesn't get flowers, or the only man who doesn't have a date that night?
Anyone who's ever tried to send roses on Valentines Day knows that the florists raise their prices on February 14.
Fortunately, there are alternatives to the Valentines frenzy.
Whether you're single, dating, or celebrating your 50th anniversary, you can make it an enchanting day.
You might feel you have to live up to your partner's expectations.
Or, if you just started dating, you might not be sure if anything's expected at all.
Valentines Day is supposed to be a day of romance, but it's often a stressful time instead.
Flowers are expensive and restaurants are booked solid.