It’s coming. The BIG day when women all over the world desire to be flooded with affection and put on display like winning trophies by the men they love.
It’s the day when everywhere that you go, you see some symbolism of love and relationships, and everyone you know is celebrating, LOVE.
Have you guessed by now what day that is? Yes! I assume that you have. IT’S VALENTINE’S DAY! (lol) The day when happily married, happily dating, and those in “satisfactory entanglements” are ecstatic, while those who are unhappily single or in “complicated entanglements”, are miserably depressed. All for the same reason, …….LOVE.
Year after year, hundreds of beautiful women spend Valentine’s Day sacrificing themselves and their dignity by either begging to be loved by a man who has no idea that they are worthy of it, or by overly loving a man who does not deserve the love being given to them. (Side-note: You never have to beg a man who loves you for love.)
This blog is a “What NOT To Do” for the millions of beautiful women who are single or dating this Valentine’s Day.
Are you ready? Let’s go!
VALENTINE’S DAY “DONT’S”
1. DON’T BEG FOR GIFTS AND LOVE.
If a man values you enough, he will find a way to show you, without you having to ask for it, and not just on Valentines Day.
2. DON’T GET PREGNANT BY AN IDIOT OVER A BOX OF CHOCOLATES.
You must not be so desperate for love that you throw all caution and common sense to the wind over ONE DAY of teddy bear’s and chocolates. Children are a gift, but unplanned, they can tie you to a fool forever. Plus, who you choose to sleep with says a lot about how much you love yourself.
3. DON’T GO BROKE FOR A BROKEN RELATIONSHIP.
Don’t go over spend, buying gifts and showing “expensive love” to a man who YOU KNOW does not love, respect, value and care for you properly, all year around. Save your dignity….. and your MONEY hunny!
4. DON’T MAKE VALENTINE’S DAY A COMPETITION.
Don’t make Valentine’s Day a day to do a competitive “social media production” if the rest of your days together are a living hell. Valentine’s Day is NOT a competitive sport. If you have an amazing love life, celebrate it as you wish. But, If you do not have a love story yet, you do not have to create the image of one for likes and media applause. It is ok to be single and content on Valentine’s Day, until love finds you.
5. DON’T SET YOURSELF UP FOR FAILURE.
If you know that your guy truly loves you but is not overly “mushy” or big on public affection, and you accept that from him the other 364 days of the year, DO NOT SET YOUR EXPECTATIONS TOO HIGH for one day.
Also, If you KNOW that “your guy”, (the “he”, “him” you can never name publicly), is not really yours and does not want to be yours, avoid disappointment by being REAL with yourself. You know what it is! Stop breaking your own heart by lying to your heart.
That’s it! Those are the 5 “don’ts” that will help single unmarried women have a fantastic, drama and depression free Valentine’s Day! LOVE starts within. When you are content loving yourself, you attract true love. It is ok to be single and content, until true love finds you.