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Q My husband never celebrates Valentine's Day. He's not romantic, and it makes me feel lonely, and less loved. What can I do?

A Some men are "romantically impaired" and need help. Be your own Cupid AND be his teacher.

Don't be fooled. Most men love it when their partner showers them with affection, especially on a special occasion like Valentine's Day. Plan a special Valentine's Day surprise for the two of you. When he tells you what a great time he had, tell him, "I like surprises, too. Next year it will be your turn to plan something special for me!"

Send yourself a Valentine's Day card and sign his name.   ;-)   Then, with tongue-in-cheek, tell him how wonderful it caused you to feel. Shower him with praise. Men love it. If he's smart, he will get the message. If he doesn't. . . you must take responsibility for your own feelings of feeling lonely, and less loved because he doesn't do what you expect him to do.

Always remember, unfulfilled expectations cause problems. Sure it would be great if he would celebrate Valentine's Day like YOU would. However, that may never happen. If he does decide to participate, he will do it the way HE does it. You must learn to accept the love he can give, the way he gives it. Happiness is a choice.

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