Do we need one day to define our love for others?
Firstly, I don’t believe one day should be a reason to love someone even more, show our love to someone in a special and different way. I think we should love that person throughout the year, 365 days, 24/7. I mean if I was in a relationship, I don’t want my partner to give me a bouquet and a cake or a gift on that one day. Him giving me a rose everyday would be sufficient. In Fact , it would be better than chocolates- healthier and a good decoration to the house.
Furthermore, Valentine’s Day is quite depressing for people who are not involved in a relationship. Apparently, 1 in 10 adults feel lonely, insecure, depressed, or unwanted on Valentine’s Day, and 40% of our population generally associate Apparently, 1 in 10 adults feel lonely, insecure, depressed, or unwanted on Valentine’s Day, and 40% of our population generally associate the holiday with negative emotions.While people are usually on dates, those who are not in a relationship are constantly reminded about their loneliness which leads to suicide. Studies sadly continue to suggest that Valentine’s Day is “nationally, the time with the highest rate of suicide.” Yikes!
Now my opinion on valentine’s day is very negative. Although, the one benefit of valentine’s day is that it’s a tradition that has existed for many years. Because of this, it brings together many couples who can rekindle their lost love for each other. People makes great efforts to make sure their loved one is happy and to keep up the valentine spirits.
This is it for now! Have a nice valentines day and see you!
– The Talkative Girl