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Another Article on Valentine’s Day? Please say it’s not so…

I’ve been racking my brain thinking of what to write this week for my tip and blog post as Valentine’s Day is tomorrow. My dilemma is that I feel obligated to write something in honor of Valentine’s Day—I am aware that love and relationships are my areas of expertise. But for some reason, I can’t seem to find the enthusiasm. I have mixed feelings about Valentine’s Day. If you’re single or in a bad relationship, you wish the holiday would simply go away. If you’re in a good relationship or marriage, you can easily succumb to the pressure of feeling like you need to create romance and passionately express your love. And lastly, if you’re a parent with young children, you have the duty of helping them prepare Valentines for their classmates which may be fun for you or just another item on your already too full “to-do” list. So regardless of which category above you belong to, I wanted to write something that gives you some relief—something different to consider—something different from all the hype.

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Life Is Messy

As I am a single mother of two, I have had a few interesting experiences dating men that do not have children of their own. I remember dating a man some years ago that had a reaction to one of my daughters. She was tired and moody, and being a young teenager, really didn’t have much interest in hanging out and getting to know my new man. Her biggest concern was who was saying what on Facebook and how often this man was planning on hanging out in her home.

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Is Your Relationship Like a Warm Blanket?

I don’t know about you but when I feel worn out, depleted, or needing to withdraw and replenish, I love to curl up with a warm cozy blanket. It makes me feel comforted and protected, as if nothing can hurt me from the outside world. It allows me to get replenished and soothed. A warm blanket goes a long way. And it doesn’t take much time before I feel ready to go back into the world feeling energized and secure—secure in knowing that my warm blanket is waiting for me at home, ready to provide the kind of comfort I seek when the need arises once again. My blanket is a good friend. It knows just how to wrap around me and provide the support I seek. A good relationship works the same way. A good relationship is like a warm blanket.

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“I want to hold your hand” (In the words of Lennon and McCartney)

I was walking down the street one day when an elderly couple caught my eye. They were holding hands and still looked at each other with loving affection. The husband even stole a kiss from his “girl” as they walked into the ice cream shop. I was so drawn to the couple that I decided to stop in the ice cream shop myself. At some point we struck up a conversation. They told me they had been married for 60 years. I asked them what their secret was. Here is what they told me.

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