If you’re single, and don’t want to be, the Valentine’s Day holiday can be torture. And there seems to be no escape from it when everywhere you go you see what appears to be happy couples, not to mention being bombarded with Hallmark advertisements and gifts at every turn. But you can survive this illustrious day! It is, after all, just another day. It’s all about perspective; if you place a lot of emphasis on the symbolism of the day, it could adversely affect your mood and lead to a dreary existence on the 14th. And since perspective, as the “Law of Attraction” states, creates the climate it’s embracing, this article is going to present a guide for bolstering your spirit on Valentine’s Day by challenging you to engage in specific, positive, and action-oriented tasks that will leave you uplifted and affirmed by day’s end.
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