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HAPPY VALENTINE'S DAY


Valentine's Day is one of my favorite holidays. However, for many single women it's a bittersweet time. Flowers, cards, candy and special dinners with that "special someone" are not apart of your agenda and the delivery person at the office is not asking for you (again). On top of everything else, authorities have shared that this day along with Christmas holds the highest count for depression. I understand that state of mind because I use to think that way until I decided to adjust the way I was thinking and form some new habits.

SO, WHAT DO YOU NEED TO DO TO ADJUST YOUR THINKING?

1. Know that you ARE loved.
2. Make sure you are surrounded by people who know and
love you.
3. Consider that this may not be a good time to hang out with persons you just met
since trust may still have to be established.

WHAT CAN I DO TO FORM NEW HABITS?

1. Make sure you accept that dinner invite or social gathering from your closest
friend or family member instead of being tempted to stay home and fall into a
depressed state. (Staying home is O.K if you are in the right frame of mind)

2. Make it a priority to do something for yourself.
Send yourself flowers, a card, and your favorite box of chocolates.

3. Don't set yourself up for a mental downfall by watching romance movies or
focusing on what you don't have/the relationship you are not in. Watch a comedy
instead something to left your spirits and focus instead on preparing yourself
to attract Mr. Hearttrob.

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