February 14th can suck for single folks. The roads aren't safe with all those happy couples driving around. Restaurants are full. Your Facebook newsfeed is blocked up by annoying friends bragging about the flowers they got at work.
So, what's a single person to do? Hole up in the apartment and drink a
blender of margaritas while soul searching about why you feel so unloved? Eat
an entire heart-shaped box of chocolates before stomping on the heart? Maybe
you'll spend the evening joining internet dating sites. If yes to the last
idea, check out this article out first. It might save you the cost and time
associated with the eHarmony site. For the uninitiated, eHarmony doesn't let
you search for Mr. or Ms. Right. Instead, you must answer 200 questions, which
their algorithm uses to find you a match. I filled out their questionnaire,
back in the day, and 1. it took forever, and 2. it matched me with nothing but
conservatives and I am nothing but liberal. So I was interested to see that
scientists are actually challenging eHarmony's claims that their methods
One more bit of advice: if you must drink on Valentine's Day, do it with friends. In fact, why not plan a group Valentine's celebration this year? Most couples don't have fun on this holiday either (too much pressure) so give everyone a break and have a party!