She was freaking out, and I honestly don’t blame her.
Valentine’s Day is a day for lovers, but how are you supposed to celebrate it with a new flame without freaking him out or without making things awkward?
If you’ve been keeping it casual, haven’t said the L word, and haven’t organised any romantic gestures, it’d be a bit weird to suddenly make a huge effort for Valentine’s Day.
For a new couple (or, even worse, two people who just started hanging out, and they like each other, but they don’t know what they are yet), the romantic holiday can bring about a ton of confusion.
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Talking About It and Making a Plan Getting a Gift or Card Picking an Event Community Q&A Valentine’s Day for new couples may feel as awkward as a 10-ton gorilla doing ballet, given that your feelings for one another are very new and you're not sure where your relationship is headed.
Whether you’ve been on only one date or have been seeing each other for a few weeks, the dreaded red-hearted holiday can make even the most confident dater feel insecure about how to approach the holiday.
Sorry to bear bad news, but things may go from casual to complicated as Valentine's Day approaches — especially if you and your guy have different expectations for how you'd like to spend the holiday.