It’s the day when couples do their utmost best to show their love and affection (through money) for each other. February hadn’t even started yet when chocolate, flowers, greeting cards and jewelry commercials began displaying Valentine’s Day specials on television, online, or in stores. Seems many companies use this romantic day as a business venture to rake in those bucks. And who can blame them. I feel like couples can’t simply say “happy Valentine’s Day” and give each other a kiss without spending their money, or going all out to get that perfect gift. I mean let’s be realistic people, the economy isn’t so great as it is, therefore we need to carefully manage our funds. Continue reading “Valentine’s Day is a marketing strategy?”
Making a relationship last takes a lot of work, and sometimes a little added spice to keep the flame burning high. Doing the same things daily can lead to boredom, and often leaves couples wondering in different (new) directions. Of course it’s not all about sex, but that is an important part of the communication between the two, and sometimes needs a little improvement to keep it fresh and spontaneous.
Spicing up a relationship doesn’t necessarily mean trying new food, however there are some natural aphrodisiacs that can up the level in the relationship. For example, serotonin and phenethylamine are two power stimulants inside chocolate. Both these stimulants are called the “happiness harmone”, because they are contributors to feelings of well-being (emotional/physical satisfaction).
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