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Though you might be hard-pressed to find someone who will actually turn away a box of chocolates, there are plenty of other things you can do to show your love that are a million times more meaningful than buying things. Send your sweetie a sweet, short and sexy text or email. Not to a work email!
Valentine's Day tends to be a time where couples amp up their dating game and go all out on the romantic gestures — making it the perfect day to also step it up in the bedroom. Those are some pretty good odds for getting it on, so you might as well have something sexy up your sleeve. Seriously, the holiday only lasts 24 hours and if you want to use that time wisely, you should head into the bedroom already knowing which sex positions reign supreme on Valentine's Day.
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There's a ton of pressure on Valentine's Day to be the most romantic day of the year. But, hey, as long as you're both enjoying yourselves, you and your partner have pretty much nailed it already. If you're still looking to add a little extra heat to your February 14th extravaganza, check out these 11 tips stat to take your bedroom game to new levels.
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Once in a while. Not every damn year. It's pretty archaic to assume that every couple thinks Valentine's Day means mush to the max, and whether or not we want to admit it, our primal urges are constantly lurking in the shadows. Congrats on being human.
Most of us enjoy romantic gestures and intention in a relationship. But do we need it for good sex? But what is romance, really?
So you're coming up on your umpteeth Valentine's Day together. It's very possible to run out of ideas for married couples on Valentine's Day. Not to worry: I've tapped six relationship experts to weigh in on the best things you can do for Valentine's Day — and for your marriage — this year. And this doesn't mean that you have to spend a zillion dollars.