To help you make it through, we've outlined some tips to keep you sane (and out of relationship trouble):1.
Speak up if you want to celebrate with him.relationships to go all out and impress their ladies, but the pressure on your maybe-not-sure boyfriend is even worse.
Instead of grabbing an .99, cellophane-wrapped bouquet at the bodega or grocery store, upgrade to a real-deal arrangement from an actual florist.
That anxiety gets compounded tenfold when you’re in a new relationship because you might not have the wiggle room to screw up royally and keep her around. Sure, unless you’ve thought up a meaningless gift that’s cheap, corny, or has no connection to her whatsoever.
Those gifts leave you looking like an unthoughtful tightwad.
Valentine's Day might be the worst but romance is not.
Here's how to give a romantic gift—on February 14th or any day of the year—that fuels the fire, instead of igniting a blowout fight. Teddy bears are generally a bad idea, chocolates will work just fine, and sex toys are appropriate on a case-by-case basis (if you have to think about it, don't do it).
On the other hand, if you blow your paycheck on her in an attempt to impress her with your gift-giving skills, you risk looking overzealous and financially irresponsible.