While Valentine’s Day may give lovey-dovey couples a reason to go out to dinner, it can leave the un-coupled among us feeling a bit left out.
Pitts, an associate professor of psychology, told Constable Valentine’s Day doesn’t have to be limited to romantic love. She suggested other ways singles could spread love and kindness.
Of course, singles can also create fun by planning a singles’ party and/or singles’ gift swap, or even sending themselves flowers at the office–anonymously, of course.
Find out what else Pitts suggested by reading Burt Constable’s Daily Herald column, “Reality of Valentine’s Day for Singles is Virtually Endless,” here.