Valentine’s Day Gifts That Send the Wrong Message
The right gift will make your special someone feel loved, adored, and cherished—these on the other hand… not so much.
If your Valentine votes red and you cast your ballot blue, your Valentine’s dinner would not be a good venue to talk politics or give a red rose with a message written, “Love trumps hate.” Instead of painting the night with politics, sign up for a paint night and share a canvas.
P.S. I love you
As a footnote, remember to seal the deal with some true affection. If you leave the gift on the table then immediately check your phone, the message is loud and clear that your partner is not a priority. Show up. See you partner. Listen to their words. “Valentine’s Day is not about money, flowers or candy. It is about the words you write in the card or what you say to your partner. It’s the simple things that matter,” notes Orbuch. For inspiration, start with these 49 quotes that perfectly capture what it’s like to fall in love.