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Valentine's day hype; yes, no or maybe?

Do you believe love should be shown by both parties each and every day or do you believe in the valentines go all out for your partner/spouse hype that social media has created. Plus with the many theories on how Valentine’s came to be, what do you think the actual history is of how this day came to be?

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3 Her Answers

  1. I do not understand the hype surrounding Valentine's Day. I'm yet to research the history of Valentine's Day but until then do not pressure yourself with a single-day celebration if you cannot afford it. But make sure you appreciate your signifact other.

    I do not understand the hype surrounding Valentine’s Day. I’m yet to research the history of Valentine’s Day but until then do not pressure yourself with a single-day celebration if you cannot afford it. But make sure you appreciate your signifact other.

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  2. Valentines, love it or not, is a great way to connect with your partner, when you want to make an out of ordinary gesture. It is best when both partners have the same belief towards valentines, if they are for it or not. The problem comes when one partner is for it while the other is not. To add firRead more

    Valentines, love it or not, is a great way to connect with your partner, when you want to make an out of ordinary gesture. It is best when both partners have the same belief towards valentines, if they are for it or not.

    The problem comes when one partner is for it while the other is not. To add fire to the flame, when one of you doesn’t disclose their true feelings towards it when the relationship starts and later have to stick to that perspective.

    I know a couple who didn’t celebrate valentines and one developed the need to do something special with time. The best option would be to have an open mind towards it and allow for change of heart later without any judgement.

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  3. It’s not hype It’s a special day Most beautiful day and it’s admirable Though some people show genuine expression while some because everyone is doing it they are doing it I hope to celebrate Valentine in a beautiful way with my future husband whoever he is someday

    It’s not hype

    It’s a special day

    Most beautiful day and it’s admirable

    Though some people show genuine expression while some because everyone is doing it they are doing it

    I hope to celebrate Valentine in a beautiful way with my future husband whoever he is someday

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1 Him Answer

  1. still overhyped I also want to hype it up with someone next year

    still overhyped
    I also want to hype it up with someone next year

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  1. Valentines Day should be a private discussion with your partner before it is a public debate with strangers. Even if you're not a Valentines person, you still need to show your love on the actual day and others.

    Valentines Day should be a private discussion with your partner before it is a public debate with strangers. Even if you’re not a Valentines person, you still need to show your love on the actual day and others.

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