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3 Ways To Keep Valentine’s Day From KILLING Your Relationship

Are you about to make the BIGGEST mistake of your entire love life?

What you may not know about Valentine’s Day is that it often turns out to be the beginning of the end for many couples. Here’s why …

Many people evaluate the overall state of happiness and success in their marriage or romantic relationship based on whether or not their expectations for Valentine’s Day get met. Unmet expectations easily become the final straw after a year’s worth of unfulfilling romantic love. Theses increasing levels of disappointment may lead to affairs and, ultimately, turn Valentine’s Day into one of the leading causes of divorce.

According to a study of divorce filings by legal referral sites Attorney Fee and Avvo, February is the busiest month of the year for divorce filings. People seeking referrals for divorce increase about 40% in February — with the biggest spike hitting on the day after Valentine’s Day.

Additionally, a number of websites for married individuals seeking affairs report that the day after Valentine’s Day is their number one day for new sign-ups.

If you’re in a struggling relationship, Valentine’s Day might remind you of your romantic dream of love you’ve lost. And of course, thinking about the love you don’t have only makes you feel bitter, sad and resentful.

You can’t undo a year of disappointment and unhappiness by offering your partner a greeting card, candy, obligatory dinner, or even a dozen roses.

Let’s get real.

Can a greeting card restore intimacy and passion?

Can candy save a loveless marriage?

Can a greeting card restore intimacy and passion?

Can a dozen roses overcome an affair?

Here are 3 ways to change your thinking about Valentine’s Day before your expectations destroy your relationship for good.

1. Get perspective.

The value of your relationship isn’t contingent upon expectations and unrealistic romantic desires for one single day. Don’t let the way this day evolves decide the fate of your relationship.

You are where you are in your relationship for many reasons that have absolutely nothing to do with Valentine’s Day.

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