As always, Valentine’s Day around the world is here again, and it’s time for people to take the opportunity to show love to their friends, family, co-workers and romantic partners.
The Valentine’s Day celebration, which is supposed to be a day of sharing love, has been misused by many people during this time to perpetuate various atrocities.
This article talks about the atrocities committed by different people in honor of Valentine’s Day; We ponder the 6 wrong things most people do on Valentine’s Day and the need to refrain from them. See them below.
1. Giving up your virginity as a Valentine’s Day gift.
Studies have shown that most women lose their virginity in an attempt to reassure their romantic partner on Valentine’s Day. If, as a woman, you give up your virginity as a gift to your boyfriend just for this occasion, this mentality as a woman may be regretted in the future. Ladies and gentlemen, hold your virginity and let it be your pride.
2. Arguing with your partner to avoid buying gifts.
If you’re broken or you probably don’t have enough money to buy a gift for your partner that day, tell him calmly and let him know you’re getting something for him when you come to life financially. The idea of fighting in vain with your partner elsewhere to avoid wasting money is one immature practice that can be detrimental to your relationship. In other words, don’t choose to argue with your partner just to avoid certain obligations.
3. Making a false marriage proposal for the occasion only.
Don’t make false marriage proposals just to take advantage of Valentine’s Day. Making a marriage proposal that day is such a significant experience that almost every woman hopes for; don't try it if you don't mean it. The practice of using such an advantage to play a prank can be emotionally destructive on the part of a woman.
4. Drinking until drunk, especially in a public place.
One of the worst things a person can ever do on Valentine’s Day is to drown themselves in a dead end, especially in a public gathering. Being drunk can mean that people are taking advantage of you, which can be in the form of sexual abuse or robbery. Don’t make yourself vulnerable by drinking too much alcohol as you can handle, the result can be traumatic.
5. Be broken or empty your bank account to impress your partner.
It’s important to understand that “Valentine’s Day comes and goes,” but the effect of the day can last a long time. Emptying your bank savings or taking out a large loan to impress your partner can lead to remorse. So; don’t increase your indebtedness to please someone.
6. Be sad because you are single.
You don’t have to be bitter and sink into self-pity because you don’t have a lover to spend the day with. Instead of crying about your loneliness, why not spend a day at a friend, colleague, family member, or even a less privileged home? Showing love to the above group of people will make your Valentine’s Day celebration significant and valuable.