For most women, Valentine’s Day is a big deal, so whatever you have planned for February 14th this year, be sure to make it memorable. It doesn’t have to cost a fortune or be especially elaborate, but making her feel special is essential. Will Valentine’s Day be a celebration of magic moments shared, or an exchange of pricey stuff you hope will paper over a few cracks?
There’s a good chance that the beginning of your relationship was the time when you made the most effort to show her your romantic side, so why not turn back the clock and remind her how charming you were when you were first dating?
It’s that love matters, and you should buy lots of stuff for someone and make sure it’s delivered on Valentine’s Day. Of course—especially since many were planted and harvested in readiness for your need—you should give roses. After all, they are the symbol of love. So is wine, and … diamonds, of course, and chocolate. But is this commercialized celebration going to be one of the rare times you bother to show an overt sign of love? It’s a shame, if so. And you’ll not get value for your money. The most expensive chocolate cannot hide insincerity.
If you care for her, show her every day.