February 14th has become a popular day to celebrate love, relationships, and all things chocolate. But has the holiday gotten out of hand?

Nowadays Valentine’s Day is all about spending money! Chocolate and roses are very expensive on this day and restaurants tend to be booked up. The whole thing is very materialistic.Valentine’s Day is all about expressing love! Treating friends and loved ones to gifts and kind gestures is an excellent way to show them you care. Everyone deserves a little love!

Has Valentine's Day gotten out of hand?

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  • Do you participate in Valentine's Day?
  • In which ways is the holiday about money?
  • In which ways is it about love?
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Ashwini Kashyap
Ashwini Kashyap
2 years ago

– No I don’t celebrate Valentine’s Day.
– This day is all about lovers and couples, and markets have commercialised this day to make money out of it. Restaurants and flowers shops keep the rates of food and flowers high on this day deliberately as they know that customers will buy the stuff anyway.
– It’s about showing your love and affection for your loved ones. It can be romantic or platonic.