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((ugh)) Valentines day…One of my least favorite holidays. Everyday should be valentines day!
Have you considered a DOUBLE DATE for Valentine’s Day? A new study out of Wayne State University in Michigan found double dates can strengthen your relationship because it helps you see your significant other in a new light.
You’d think people living alone would spend ALL their time naked . . . but a new survey found COUPLES are more likely to walk around the house nude than single people. 45% of couples do it, compared to 35% of single people.
10% of people are thinking about calling an ex on Valentine’s Day.
A happy marriage gives you as much satisfaction as an extra $105,000-a-year in income. Having your spouse die feels the same as losing $308,780-a-year.
A new poll says your wife or girlfriend might want an APPLIANCE for Valentine’s Day. But it has to be the RIGHT appliance . . . not, like, a vacuum cleaner. The two gifts women want the most are a a Keurig coffee maker and a juicer.
Women are needier than men. On Valentine’s Day, about half of single men say they’d rather be in a dead-end relationship than alone.
Flowers don’t have to come from your significant other. 10% of people have sent THEMSELVES flowers on Valentine’s Day.
Valentine’s Day isn’t the best day for proposing. 40% of women think it’s a cliché to propose on Valentine’s Day.
Sex has to be “different” on Valentine’s Day. 62% of men believe Valentine’s sex has to be better . . . maybe new lingerie or a new location. Women are the OPPOSITE . . . and believe it’s a good day to keep things traditional and intimate.
If your relationship survives until Valentine’s Day you’re good. You might think it’s cruel to break up with someone before Valentine’s Day, but this might be even CRUELER . . . 25% of people say they’d wait until February 15th to end things.
Happy couples have five positive interactions for every ONE negative interaction. Couples
who wind up divorced have 0.8 positive interactions for every negative one.
Positive interactions are things like giving a compliment . . . showing your appreciation . . .
reminiscing about a good memory or reliving it . . . and just doing something nice for the other person.
But the MOST important positive interaction is reacting well to the other person’s GOOD
NEWS. When they have good news, you need to be enthusiastic, ask questions, congratulate them, and relive the experience with them.
The happiest couples have sex two to three times a week.