With Valentine's Day coming up, it can either elicit excitement or dread in people.
It can be as chilled out as you want — even just a walk in the park and dinner or a movie will do. what's on your mind, this definitely falls into the fun and playful option — and that's perfect for early in your relationship.
Picking out gifts is tricky, especially early on in the relationship.
"The truth is, you don't have to make it a big deal, so there's no need to stress out.
Just whatever you do, don't NOT acknowledge that it's Valentine's Day — that won't be the smartest move.
This is a good opportunity to spend quality time together and get to know each other better in a non-distracting setting.
You also won’t spend too much, which can be deemed a bit inappropriate too early on by some people."And even if you don't like cooking, you'll be fine.
In fact, the best move you can make is still see that person and be super low-key about it." Like Edwards says, it's good to at least acknowledge it.
A friend of mine was a few weeks into seeing a new guy when Valentine's Day hit — and he did not even text or call her the day of, let alone see her.
And the newer the relationship, the more pressure there may be to get it right.