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“The beginning of a relationship is exciting and Valentine’s Day is often viewed as an extension of what two people feel for one another,” she says.“Often, it’s treated like a high-pressure competitive sport, where you must do this or gift this to express how much you mean to someone.Grand gestures pale in comparison to the littler acts of ongoing appreciation and thoughtfulness.”Could not have said that better myself.And Clarissa Silva, behavioral scientist and author of the relationship blog, You’re Just A Dumbass, agrees.Going for dinner, dancing, having a double date, going to Disneylandhttps://twitter.com/beckylgrice/status/569760056998297600E is for...Exploring somewhere new, eating out, getting engaged (worth a shot...)F is for...
If you’re the responsible, conscientious type, do something together that’s whacky but legal.
If you’re already the risk-taking type, do something responsible, for example, pick up litter around a park or volunteer at a soup kitchen together.
Try star gazing in your own back yard or out in the country. If you’re the scientific type, you might get a star map and try to identify constellations. You get the drinks, the snacks, his/her slippers, favorite game, etc. Just make sure that you alternate the favor sometime soon.
Do you find yourself getting misty-eyed for ye olde days when date night involved actual ?
Going camping, rocking out at a concert, going for coffee, smooching in the back row of the cinema D is for...Although having a weekly date may seem like a no-brainer, many couples’ good intentions quickly get put off to some future time, when life is not so busy or there’s more money.