As explained by relationship coach, Aileen Santos.
February 14 is a day dedicated to love. But can you believe that it's actually an extension of Breakup Season? In fact, apart from the holidays, a lot of couples split around this time of year. We asked relationship coach
Whether you're exclusively dating or basically married.
Today, restaurants and hotels are going to be filled with dressed up couples celebrating Valentine's Day. And maybe that's also your thing. But if you want a more lowkey but equally romantic night without leaving the comfort of
Who am I to argue with the stars?
Valentine's Day is basically upon us, and there are plenty of lovey-dovey vibes in the universe right now. Maybe you're moving on to better relationships...or, you know, just swiping right. Maybe your S.O. is finally,
You remember your last ex, and LOL.
While everyone else is feeling the pressure of doing something special for their partners on Valentine's Day-or feeling another pressure entirely because they still don't have a partner to do something special for-here you are, a strong, single
*picks mouth off the floor*
Valentine's Day triggers a lot of emotions-for those with significant others and those who are flying solo. Think about your best and worst V-Day stories. Which one stands out the most? Good or bad, we asked Cosmo readers
Say a little prayer for your relationship.
Brace yourselves, lovebirds: Breakup season-Valentine's Day-is here.We previously reported on the weeks leading up to the December holidays being prime breakup period, based on data collected by British journalist David McCandless from 10,000 Facebook statuses in 2010.
Give them some sugar.
I think we can all agree that no matter what time of year it is, you can never go wrong with sweets. Whether it's a last-minute potluck contribution, a big apology, or in this case, a Valentine's
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