How to avoid a breakup on Valentine’s Day?


Whether ‘consciously uncoupled’ or heartlessly dumped, breakups are difficult to cope with. And, breaking up with your significant other on Valentine’s Day is definitely not a good idea! But at times, consciously or subconsciously, we end up doing stuff to make our beloved feel special which can be a major reason for the breakup. So, this Valentine’s Day follow our ‘Love tips’ to avoid any sort of heartbreak.

How to avoid a breakup on Valentine’s Day

 

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1.Avoid asking her out for a dinner date with family :

It is great if you two predict your future together but asking your girlfriend to meet your family on the Valentine’s Day is definitely not a good idea! Don’t end up landing your girlfriend in an awkward situation by surprising her with a dinner date with your family.

Avoid asking her out for a dinner date with family

 

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2.V-Day is not a day to satiate your sexual desire :

Planning to get intimate with your girlfriend on the Valentine’s Day? If yes, then drop the idea right away because Valentine’s Day is to celebrate love and not satiate your sexual desire. If both of you are on a mutual consensus to take it forward then go for it, but don’t forget to ensure your beloved’s happiness!

V-Day is not a day to satiate your sexual desire

 

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3.A big NO to the marriage proposal :

Proposing your girlfriend for marriage on the Valentine’s Day is again a ‘BIG NO’! It’s very clichéd and above all it turns out to be an unforgettable event if she says, ‘No’.

A big NO to the marriage proposal

4.Don’t expect gifts! :

As they say, ‘Love doesn’t hurt. Expectations do’. So, this Valentine’s Day, both of you let go your expectations and try to celebrate your love without any materialistic desires!

Don’t expect gifts!

5.Break the monotony :

If you really want to celebrate Valentine’s Day, then we suggest you break the monotony and initiate something fun and out of the box which can be carried forward for the years to come! Hearts, flowers, gifts and chocolates are too middle-of-the-road. This Valentine’s, think out of the box!

Break the monotony

In a nutshell, don’t go overboard with Valentine’s Day celebrations. Be yourself and go with flow!