Should Valentine’s Day Be Obsolete?

Sure, Valentine’s Day can be considered an insignificant “Hallmark” capitalist holiday, but we can take the “bah humbug” approach to any holiday or we can create a beautiful experience out of it. It’s always your choice. Why not choose LOVE? Here is some insight to help you decide if you want to ignore it or explore it!

If you and your partner ensure to spend special time together to reconnect on the regular and are generally showing acts of loving kindness toward one another in your daily lives; Valentine’s Day can be considered just another day. However here are some times when celebrating the holiday can be intelligent and even crucial…

If you haven’t been able to show up for your partner the way you would have liked to, or you know they are needing reassurance on your love and commitment, it would be wise to take a moment to plan a nice surprise or quality time with your partner. At the very least, write a cute or meaningful card, which simply says, “I love you.”

If you’re not getting out much together and have been lacking alone time due to small children and busy schedules, it would be extremely important to carve out the time to spend together. Valentine’s is the perfect opportunity for a special night out to celebrate your lives together.

Lastly, when the relationship is new, every little detail counts. We are watching our new possible partner for signs of love and commitment. Each and every date in the early days is special and memorable. If you’re dating someone new and you have an idea that this person may be with you for the long run, it would be important to make memories out of this holiday.

Love is a beautiful thing and should be shown and expressed each and every day toward ourselves and others. It doesn’t have to be romantic. Valentine’s Day can simply be a reminder to us to spread more love.


Megan Weks is an international dating and relationship expert who specializes in helping women get the admiration they deserve from men, and to keep it. She is a certified specialist in her field, but one of her biggest credentials is her personal story.  Living in New York City for over a decade, Megan has had the opportunity to meet and date many different men.  Through working with a relationship guru, she literally changed from crumb-picking and obsessing over men who didn’t deserve her, to being called a “man whisperer” who men (including her now-husband) would never leave. Megan’s career is devoted to helping women who struggle with the men in their lives, to turn it all around and keep the men they desire. Megan coaches individual women in intense programs with her proven Lean Back for Love System and principles. She also runs a private online woman’s discussion group where women are supported with these principles. You can connect with her on her website LVBX readers are also eligible to receive a complimentary feminine energy mini-session. Reach out to her on Twitter or Facebook, and subscribe to her LVBX LIVE videos and join her Facebook group The Sovereign Jewel Sisterhood.

Megan’s Philosophy: Lean Back (definition) – The posture of a fully self-actualized woman, which allows men and their energies to flow toward her.  She is focused on herself and her life as an individual, in preparation and willingness to receive her greatest love in return.



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