Dallas, TX ---As the new week began on President’s Day 2016, many individuals didn’t have to go to work on today, and children didn’t have to go to school. Therefore, many spouses, fiancées, and significant others either got it right on this past Valentine’s Day or they totally missed it, again. Depending on how well the Lover’s weekend went for them, their Monday was probably in direct correlation to their weekend. They were either basking in joy or stressing about the discontent of their lover. Either way, they had their opportunity to at least get it right.
Then, there’s another group of individuals; no matter how much they wanted to get it right and maybe even impress the object of their affection they had no one with whom they could enjoy Valentine's 2016. They were willing to buy the flowers, cards, candy, dinner, movie, engagement ring, or sit at home and #netflixcandchill; but they had no one with whom they could give or receive love this Valentine’s 2016.
With all the dating options today, or seemingly abundant choices to choose from when it comes to finding love, many individuals still struggle to attract a suitable date for Valentine's Day, every year. I realized this when I woke up this morning and signed into my social media accounts. #Singleandlovingit #teamsingle #treatingmyself #stillsingle #nodate And many other hashtags centered around the lack of love or someone with whom to share Valentine's Day.
On one hand, there were individuals who were excited about Valentine’s Day festivities; and just as many who were kind of sour or trying to act as if they weren’t so sad about not having someone with whom they could share Valentine’s Day weekend.
The 5 people who more than likely have the Valentine’s Blues worst than you…
1.) The Man, who bought the ring for the woman of his dreams, planned everything out, only to be told, “No!”
2.) The Lady, who had finally let her walls down enough to go on a date with a man, went and got her hair done, bought a nice dress, shoes, etc., maybe even paid for a babysitter, only to end up being stood up by this guy who had no real intentions with her in the first place.
3.) The child or young person who got their heart broken over the weekend for the first time.
4.) The person spending their first Valentine’s alone without their lover who may have passed within the last 12 months.
5.) The person who doesn’t believe in love, at all. And therefore, is negative about any and everyone else enjoying and/or pursuing love.
I am all about individuals loving one another and being in love. Therefore, I encourage you to be LOVE’S EXPRESSION, not just on Valentine’s Day, but every day. This within itself will help you to be able to appreciate whatever you receive and look forward to giving love, daily. I Otherwise, every year, you’ll end up having the After Valentine’s Day Blues.
Until next time…
©2016. Armani Valentino. All rights reserved.
My TOP Books on Relationships:
- 99 Questions You Must Ask A Man Before Sleeping with Him & Definitely Before Having SEX
- This Is Why I Won't Marry You
- The Love Triangle: How to Heal from a Broken Heart (Hurt, Shame, Bitterness, and Betrayal)
- Why Do We Hurt Each Other & How Do We Get Back 2 Love
- The Power of Forgiveness
- Getting Your Man to Do What You Want