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“You don't want to make an over-the-top gesture in case they don’t do the same and it scares them off.
On the other hand, you know you have to do ~something~ to mark the day.
Since it is the beginning of your relationship, make Valentine’s Day a day that is about developing your relationship, learning more about each other, and having fun.”But what if you and the person you’re seeing aren’t on the same page?
Maybe one of you expects something grandiose while the other appreciates the sentiment “it’s the thought that counts.” “For a new couple coming up to Valentine’s Day, it can be a confusing time,” James Preece, aka The Dating Guru, tells Bustle.
Grand gestures pale in comparison to the littler acts of ongoing appreciation and thoughtfulness.”Could not have said that better myself.
And Clarissa Silva, behavioral scientist and author of the relationship blog, You’re Just A Dumbass, agrees.
Whether you grocery shop for ingredients together or use a service like Plated that’ll deliver all the ingredients you need, creating something from start to finish is not only satisfying, but also a great test for your relationship.
It just gives you the opportunity to spend time relaxing and enjoying each other’s company, while making sure they feel special.” I have a friend who does this with his girlfriend almost every night and I think it’s ~adorable~ so why not for Valentine’s Day, too? Plus, with all the arcade bars around these days, you can up your game-playing ante by inventing a drinking game when someone scores, etc.
Regarding ice skating, “There’s no competition, because few individuals are good at skating unless they grew up on an ice farm,” Winter says.
“Plus, you’ll need to hold hands for balance.” And I think sledding’s an equally fun winter activity, complete with hot chocolate and snuggling up afterwards from the cold.
“You create intimacy by doing,” Rhonda Milrad, Founder and Chief Relationship Advisor of Relationup & a relationship therapist, tells Bustle.
“People create connection by experiencing and engaging in a task together.