Valentines day if you just started dating
The 14 February is a potential banana-skin for any relationship.It is loaded with expectations and often, assumptions.For some a grand romantic gesture on your first Valentine’s Day would bring them nothing but joy. Knowing how you both feel about the day and your relationship will avoid any potentially painful (the thorns on that rose – ouch! Few relationships blossom or whither on the basis of a single Valentine’s Day so really think about what your new partner would enjoy most.The question of gifts and their value is another minefield for that first Valentine’s Day together.Agreeing whether to get gifts or not and a price limit is a great idea. Instead of your partner feeling great they are likely to end up feeling guilty for not surprising you.
If you like your new partner a lot but are not quite madly in love yet you might feel a card is sufficient.
Because you'll inevitably be one of three things. Or you'll be single, and either not giving a fuck about being in a relationship and getting annoyed about all the people in the above category flooding your Instagram with rose pictures, or wishing you were in a relationship, and getting even more annoyed. The third option, and arguably most nightmare-ish of them all, is that you've just started dating someone, only you haven't had 'the talk' yet.