Social Dilemma-Do Women Really Hate Valentine's Day?

Today's social dilemma is so interesting. I received this email last week, and I wanted to talk about it because part of me believes that this is true. I can't wait to hear what you think. Here's the email: Hi Jaime, I wanted to email you to ask you a very serious question. I think it's something you can talk about on your social dilemma. There is a holiday coming up that gets a lot of hype, but i believe that most women don't like it. I'm talking about Valentine's Day. After talking with most of my friends and coworkers, I think that most women hate Valentine's Day. Most of us feel like there is a lot of pressure to do something, and you end up doing something that isn't special at all because you're just trying to celebrate a day that was forced on you. It doesn't really have any special meaning like an anniversary so it's forced romance. My friends and I are not fans at all. So I was wondering what you think and what everyone who listens to you thinks. Are you a fan of the holiday or do you feel like me and my friends do? I hope you talk about this Jaime. Thanks so much ~ Bonnie. Wow, I think that's really interesting. After reading the email, I did a little poll here in the office. Most of the women I work with who are married or who have been in a committed relationship for a long time felt the same way Bonnie did. But the women who were in new relationships loved the idea of Valentine's Day. And the single people, both men and women hated it because they said it just makes them feel badly. So what do you think about Valentine's Day? Do you hate it? Or do you love it? I'll say that me and my sweetie rarely celebrate it because we do nice, romantic things for each other all the time so we don't feel pressured to do them on Valentine's Day. How do you feel? Let me know on the TRY Facebook page.

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