Here is something for people to think about and respond.
I know of a couple of friends (male and female) that have a problem with Valentines day.
Their feeling is that WHY should there be one day when we show our devotion and love to the person we live with or love?
Every day we should be showing those feelings, so naming a day when Flowers, Candy, etc are the norm, what does that really mean?
It is a day, in like other special days on the calendar, its something to be observed.
Is it a special day that we show our feelings?
Or is it a day, when so many just try to 'buy' the other one?
Love is 365 days a year 24 hours a day. It like Chronic pain can have good days and bad ones. But we know it is something we live with, the chronic pain, not by choice, but our others, always by choice.
Ron DiLauro Spine-Health System Administrator I am not a medical professional. I comment on personal experiences