3 Ways Not To Hate Valentineís Day when you are single in 2014
Well, itís almost Valentineís Day and perhaps cupidís arrow missed again. Itís easy to get bummed around this time of year if you donít have anyone special to spend Valentineís Day with, but here are some ways to make the most out of this year V Day.
Go to a random Anti-Valentines event; take a different route to work; wear something that you wouldnít normally; make new friends. Start small and watch big changes happen!
Well, itís almost Valentineís Day and perhaps cupidís arrow missed again. Itís easy to get bummed around this time of year if you donít have anyone special to spend Valentineís Day with, but here are some ways to make the most out of this year Valentines Day.
1. Go out: Sure itís Valentineís Day and you donít want to become sickened by all the happy in love couples walking hand in hand or feeding each other steak. But does sitting alone at your apartment really sound that much better? Go out! First of all, there are plenty of single women who go out on Valentineís day with their other single girlfriends and have an ďAnti-Valentineís DayĒ party. And trust me, the reason theyíre out is NOT to hate on men - itís actually quite the opposite: to meet men. So make sure youíre getting yourself in the social scene.
2. Talk to strangers: If Iíve convinced you to go out, then please, do us all a favor and strike up conversation with those around you! The first step to doing this is to get out of your head. Stop worrying about what otherís will think of you talking to them at a bar or on the subway on Valentineís Day. The minute you stop thinking so much, the easier it is to listen to what she has to say because then, if youíre listening, youíll have a response. See, you killed two birds with one stone.
3. Change what you are doing: Break a pattern. Chances are the reason youíre getting the same (bad) results with women is because you are repeating the same mistakes. These mistakes usually include: not listening to women when they talk, chickening out of talking to someone because you ďdonít know what to sayĒ or going to the same places and living every day the same. Listen to Einstein when he said ďDoing the same thing everyday and expecting different results is the definition of insanity.Ē So, break the cycle. Go to a random Anti-Valentines event; take a different route to work; wear something that you wouldnít normally; make new friends. Start small and watch big changes happen!
So come February 14th, remember: youíre not alone. There are plenty of singles out there just like you. So take the time to get to meet them. And hey, think of it this way -- women are natural romantics, so the idea of meeting a guy on Valentines day is the perfect beginning to their story.†† Now get out there and be a part of someoneís story already! And if youíre still unsure of where to start in order to totally change your dating life, well, you know where to find us.
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