Valentine’s Day might be my favorite holiday, but not everyone feels the same.
One of you might still be paying off credit card bills from the December holiday season, while the other is expecting a ring, there might be an explosion on the 12th or 13th.
Many couples in relationships feel the huge pressure of stepping up to a deeper commitment when they’re not on the same page with their partner, especially on Valentine’s Day.
If you feel this way, you’re not alone. It’s also proposal season, where 6 million people are expected to get engaged on February 14th.
If ring shopping isn’t on your mind, or in your budget, it might be time to have “the talk.”
If you’re single, just seeing candy hearts, chocolates, and flowers in the grocery store is enough to put your heads under the covers.
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On KABC 7, Eyewitness News, I spoke with Coleen Sullivan and Ellen Leyva on everything Valentine’s.
When asked why so many people break up before Valentine’s Day, I weighed in with my thoughts about the day so many either love, or hate.
We’ve got you covered in the Valentine’s Survival Guide, regardless of your relationship status.
Julie Spira is America’s Top Online Dating Expert and Digital Matchmaker. She’s the CEO of Cyber-Dating Expert and has been coaching singles on finding love online for over 24 years.
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