So you’ve approached the new year with a spring in your step, changed the frown to a smile but your still single – February can be a tough month if that’s the case. The shops and restaurants around are all pushing Valentines day to increase their sales and it can be a bit much to try and avoid all the hype.
What you need to remember is that this is just one day, which is promoted to death by businesses that want to make a profit. It’s just one day in the calendar and nothing is going to change if you don’t have a partner on Valentines day.
So don’t approach your dating this month as a single parent who wants to be wined and dined on Valentines day and not feel left out – approach the month as one that may find a partner that will be there to give you Valentines Day’s every day of the year in the future.
Personally, I would suggest not even bringing up the subject of Valentines Day with other members on Single Parent Dating UK, or when out on a date. Of course, if the subject comes up then chat about it and keep it lighthearted, but don’t intentionally bring up a conversation about it as you’ll be adding extra pressure onto a meeting that doesn’t need extra pressure.
Who knows, this time next year you might not even be thinking aboutValentines Day in the same way – you hopefully with have that partner you’ve been looking for that will make every day a celebration.