How to Be Alone on Valentines Day
“The grass isn’t always greener,” Herman said. “Just because someone’s in a relationship doesn’t mean that it’s a happy or healthy one.”
Valentine’s Day can be a lovely occasion to treat a partner to dinner, exchange silly cards or receive that long-awaited annual box of chocolates. But for the heartbroken or single who put stock in the date, it can also be a sore reminder of loneliness, failed relationships and lost loved ones. The GIF keyboard Tenor, for example, says it sees a 455% spike on Feb. 14 in searches for the word “alone,” CNET reports; searches for “lonely” increase by 321%.
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