With chocolates, flowers, and pink cards everywhere we look, it’s no surprise that most of us think of Valentine’s Day as a day for women. But the truth is, Valentine’s Day should be about men too.
Putting aside the fact that everyone appreciates a bouquet of roses every now and then, there’s also the simple fact that men desire more romance in their lives; in a recent survey carried out by University College London, it was found that 90% of men classified ‘romance’ as important or very important.
Valentine’s Day may just be one day out of the year, but it can cause anxiety for men of all ages.
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Lastly, remember that Valentine’s Day will be over in a flash – so try to enjoy it!