Is she going to be mad if you don't plan a romantic evening?
When you've just started dating someone and it shows promise — and you are in that weird grey area between "Everything you say surprises and delights me!
"I’d suggest cooking a nice candlelit meal at home.
You could suggest playing a ‘get to know you’ game or share your favorite music.
This is a good opportunity to spend quality time together and get to know each other better in a non-distracting setting.
Valentines Day is supposed to be a day of romance, but it's often a stressful time instead.
" and "I could draw your balls from memory" — there is no real indicator of how you are supposed to conduct yourself, or what you should expect from the person, really, on Valentine's Day.
You finally got the courage to talk to that cute guy from your class, and one night at the bar, he made a move.Gift-giving can be super stressful (even if you've been together for ages!), so it's totally OK if you're feeling a little panicked about what to get a new partner for Valentine's Day.For new couples, the best V-Day gift-buying strategy is to keep your significant other's interests in mind, while not going over the top."If you’ve been dating for a short time, like three months or less, then spending too much can be a bit creepy," relationship coach Cathryn Mora tells Bustle.