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YOU’VE ONLY BEEN dating for two weeks and Valentine’s is upon you – how to mark it appropriately? I’m the founder of a matchmaking agency, and even though we arrange up to 100 dates each week, with the majority taking place across the weekend, just like every other year we have only managed to get one couple to agree to meet on Valentine’s day this year.The 14th of February is the proverbial dating hot potato – anyone on the cusp of a burgeoning relationship wants to avoid it lest they should seem prematurely keen by looking to mark it or insultingly aloof by refusing to mark it at all.Unreciprocated big gifting makes for an extremely awkward moment and potentially tense last and final date.Keep it lighthearted Try to keep it light: A nice text on the morning of Valentine’s Day wishing your sweetheart a Happy Valentine’s day.Today the White Helmets, also known as the Syrian Civil Defence, confirmed that seven of its volunteers had been killed in cold blood by unidentified gunmen who attacked their office in the northwestern town of Sarmin in the early hours of this morning.The bodies of the men have since been buried in an emotional funeral service (left).
Ladies, sit back and let him take the lead if he is inclined to. After four dates it’s early enough to poke fun at the looming day so if you bring it up you won’t be fretting about it. It’s far too hard to find a card that’s not bursting with sentimentality or cheesy, loaded meanings. Keeping it light is essential for ensuring neither party feel they are more (or less) emotionally invested than the other.
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