Surrounded by smug marrieds? Valentine’s Day can be a tricky time for singles, with roses, chocolates and glittery pink hearts overflowing from every shopfront. To help you to have a rosy Valentine’s Day, human behaviour and self-development expert Dr John Demartini shares top tips on busting unrealistic relationship myths and avoiding the Valentine’s Day blues.
8 Relationship Myths Exposed:
- A new relationship will make a person happy
- A partner completes a person
- The right relationship will last forever
- The right relationship needs no work
- Good sex happens only at the beginning of a relationship
- Children complete a marriage
- Single people are lonely
- Opposite attract
Whilst couples should use Valentine’s Day as an opportunity to appreciate what they have, Dr Demartini suggests that singles should surround themselves with the things that make them happy. ‘If you are single, the best way to approach Valentine’s Day is to fill your day with the most meaningful activities you would love to do and with the people you would most love to share them with.’
Bust these myths,and remind yourself of all the great things that you do have for a happy valentines day, without the blues!
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