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Emanuel Marita
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Approaches to the Cupid's day

Well, here we are, new month, new plans..what has been on most people’s minds is the famous cupid’s day that is just a shy 2 weeks away…what are your opinions, should men take their valentines out, grab coffee maybe, buy for them roses and lots of chocolate…or should this day be treated like any other normal day…do you feel as if on this day people exaggerate or fake their love?…or is it some bona fides expression of true love

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  1. Valentine works best when it is with your true love. No mater how grand or special you're treated on that day, at the end you really want to know that the person doing all that will be with you through thick and thin, for a lifetime. That thought is what makes it really special.

    Valentine works best when it is with your true love. No mater how grand or special you’re treated on that day, at the end you really want to know that the person doing all that will be with you through thick and thin, for a lifetime. That thought is what makes it really special.

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  1. Valentine is coming and although the corporate world will benefit more than the lovers, single people are reminded of singlehood which may create feelings of loneliness and missing out. Love shouldn't be based on a day or the things we can buy but rather the commitment and worth people have for eachRead more

    Valentine is coming and although the corporate world will benefit more than the lovers, single people are reminded of singlehood which may create feelings of loneliness and missing out. Love shouldn’t be based on a day or the things we can buy but rather the commitment and worth people have for each other. Anything else is part of the valentine marketing that forces exaggerated spending and extra attention on one day, when love should be a continuing journey.

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