Should it be an extra-special day or should you be treated special every day? Two Pulse correspondents took their sides.
A special holiday
Should Valentine’s Day be a day that your significant other treats you especially well, or should you normally be treated special every day?
Indeed, Valentine’s Day is when your “other half” treats you out to a nice day or perhaps a special evening, but should that behavior be encouraged for every day of the year?
It’s exhausting to overly treat your significant other all day, every day. It isn’t fair to either person in the relationship.
Usually the case is that you should exhibit love and kindness every time you can and make it super special on Valentine’s Day.
Most of the time it’s nice to receive an occasional dinner out or a nice romantic evening, especially on Valentine’s Day, however, every moment of every day shouldn’t be filled with this behavior. One can come across as being overly invading, too close or clingy.
In many relationships, it’s more healthy to be more like best friends instead of a love-struck teenager.