In spite of the above, I like to point out that Valentine’s Day is, in a sense, a trap. Many people treat their partner badly (or not as well as they should), and try to redeem themselves on Valentine’s Day, and that’s a deplorable way of approaching him.
After all, Valentine’s Day is Valentine’s Day, not Valentine’s Day. On Valentine’s Day, in a well-established relationship and where both members are really in love, it is still one more day.
It sounds cliché, but the truth is that Valentine’s Day, as we understand it, should be every day. You do not have to wait until February 14 to surprise your partner and make him feel special.
If you do it that way, sooner or later the relationship will suffer, because love is not something that can be cultivated once a year, but must be cultivated every day, every second. That’s why I like to warn of the danger of Valentine.
Many people are tempted to think that by making your partner a wonderful day on February 14, you can make up for a whole year of mediocre relationship … And I assure you it is not!
This does not mean not doing something special on Valentine’s Day. After all, I have just pointed out some plans and tips to make that day something really special in the previous section. What I mean is that you can not just show what you feel on a particular day.