... people that say things like "Valentine's Day is just a hallmark holiday" or "Valentines day is for losers" are at their core insecure. Yep. I said it. Insecure. Ok, or they could just not be in love. But that sort of boils down to being insecure too, huh?
If you are truly in love--whether you are married or not--why wouldn't you want to embrace a day to show this to your significant other? I am constantly trying to show Michael that that I love and appreciate him... and he does the same. I'm not saying you have to spend a ton money. No one says you have to spend $100 to show you love someone.
I think they are insecure, because they have to have a reason why they wouldn't want to express their love, right? Here's my theory... they are either
- A) insecure about their relationship
- B) insecure with themselves and their gift ideas
- C) too cheap or insecure of how much to spend
- D) not sure if their significant other (mostly men) will get them something OR
- E) they are not in a relationship and are insecure with being single