Show Her How You Feel on Valentine’s Day

Show Her How You Feel on Valentine’s Day

February 14th is round the corner

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Buying jewelry for your loved one on Valentine's Day is a great way to show them how much you care. This is especially true when you when your love has stood the test of time however long or short. With a focus on quality, when shopping for Valentine's Day gift ideas, it has never been easier to find something your significant other will love. Quality matters when buying jewelry, as does style, and there are a number of companies that strike the perfect balance.

Share Your Love with the Perfect Valentine's Gift for Her

In general, women love receiving jewelry, especially from their loved ones on Valentine's Day. The best way to make sure you choose a piece she will wear and cherish is to take a look at what kind of jewelry she wears on a day-to-day basis as this will give you some information as to her style and what she enjoys. While some women prefer very large pendants and rings, others want pieces that are a little more dainty. But whatever they love and want, they need a way to protect their jewelry pieces, keep it kink and tangle free from day one and that's where Kinkless comes in. Going that extra mile to show her not only do you cherish her but you cherish the memories that you've created together, including those you'll create and encapsulate when you give her that jewelry gift on valentine's day!

Another thing to consider when shopping for a unique Valentine's Day gift is what kind of metal she likes. Women generally have a preference for real 925 silver or even gold or rose-gold. Choosing the metal type she prefers will ensure that she loves her gift. While hearts are very popular for Valentine's Day, if your recipient is not as traditional as other women, she may prefer something else, like an engraved and personalized necklace or infinity ring. There is a myriad of ways to use jewelry to show you care without feeling like you have to choose a piece that she may not love.

Though I am a lady it's not all about the ladies so what is the perfect gift for him? Most men may say, I'm good I don't need anything and as long as you are happy then so am I but secretly they too wish for the symbolism of your love for them. A gift that shows you understand him. Now the lowest hanging fruit relies on that age-old saying "A way to a man's heart is through his stomach". And while a home cooked meal may be a component of your gift to him, it should not be "the only gift" and therefore the main course (pun intended). Needless to say, Valentine's day is as much for him as it is for her so put some thought into it to really show that you care and that you get him!

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Why You Should Stop Chasing Him

You deserve better.
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They say “the thrill of the chase" makes someone more enticing. There's just something about wanting something you can't have that drives you crazy (in a good way). There is never a dull moment. Pursuing him is a challenge. Nothing comes easily. What's the fun in that anyway?

I'm going to tell you this: stop chasing him. Stop forgiving him when he forgets to answer your text messages and phone calls. Stop being the one to always make plans. Stop letting him bail on you. Stop waiting around for him. Stop being lied to. Stop making excuses when he doesn't make time for you. There is a difference between someone who is “hard to get" and a flat out jerk who doesn't give you the time of day. Stop letting him use you.

You deserve to be with someone who makes you fall asleep every night in the middle of texting him because neither of you want the conversation to end. You deserve someone who plans dates for the two of you. You deserve someone who asks you to hang out before midnight. You deserve someone who wants to spend time with you just as much as you do with them. You deserve someone who insists on paying for your ice cream. You deserve someone who won't deceive you. You deserve someone who is straightforward. You deserve attention. You deserve affection. You deserve a partnership that is mutual, not one-sided. You deserve to be chased.

You are better than 3 a.m. “Hey" texts. You are better than a night spent watching a movie just to fool around. You are better than trying to decode his vague messages. You are better than his shadiness. You are better than mind games. You are better than being ignored.

If you have to chase him, he's not worth it. Don't settle for someone who makes you beg for his attention. If he is genuinely interested in getting to know you, he will put in the effort. A relationship where your feelings are reciprocated is far more rewarding than one where you constantly feel like you have to drag him along.

Change your mentality. Become more independent. Be confident, be bold. Find happiness in being alone. Don't waste your time pathetically chasing after someone who doesn't feel the same, but doesn't have the heart or the courage to tell you so. Your self-confidence and positivity will make you radiant, and eventually, you will attract the kind of guy who is mature enough to not mess with your head.

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A Letter To My Future Partner, Buckle Up For A Wild Ride

I KNOW that we'll be able to face whatever life throws at us.

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Dear Future Partner,

You may know me right now, you might not, but one thing is for certain: for some reason, God wanted us to spend our lives together. I don't know why or how. All I know is that it's His plan.

That's actually the first thing you should know about me. I am a Christian. I go to church at least once a week when possible and even serve in the nursery/preschool area. It is totally fine if you don't want to come to church with me. I want you to be a Christian, but if God wants me to lead you to Him, then so be it. I also want kids (right now, at least). Adopted or biological, it doesn't matter. All that matters is that I want to give a child a loving home and them never having to worry about whether or not someone cares for them. I also want pets. At least a cat and dog. Get ready for adventures.

Enough about me. Let's talk about us.

There are going to be fights and disagreements. No one said marriage was easy, but we HAVE to communicate. Like, for real. We have to be able to tell each other things, even if we're worried the other one won't like it. Also, I will need you to be patient with me as I figure out this thing called life. It's hard. It might be hard for you as well, and I will be there. I also need you to understand that I have bad days. I mean a LOT of them. I still love you, even if I can't show it.

Speaking of love, my primary love language is acts of service and my secondary is words of affirmation. Even small things such as taking out the trash, tidying things up, or just saying you believe in me when I least expect it will mean the WORLD to me. However, my least compatible love language is physical touch. Sure, kisses here and there are great and are almost like words of affirmation in my opinion, but I believe there is such a thing as OVERLY affectionate. I love you, but we don't need to be all up on each other all the time. I can't wait to know your love language so that we can be the best partners we can.

There might be a point in our marriage where we'll wonder if it's even worth it anymore. If (and I pray it doesn't) that happens, we have GOT to push through. We have to work TOGETHER. Coming from parents who made a long distance (and I mean like Hawaii and Alabama long distance) marriage work, I KNOW that we'll be able to face whatever life throws at us. We're in this together. We're a team. I want us to give 100% when possible. I know it will be hard. There might be days where it's 80/20, but I know that with your support, I will be the best partner I possibly can.

Love,

Your Future Partner

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