Look no further – here are 8 tips on how to deal with Valentine’s Day if you just started dating someone.Some people think that the best way to get through Valentine's Day with someone you just started to hang out with is to ignore the holiday altogether. You both know it's happening, so why pretend like it isn't?If you don't discuss it at all, you're both going to be left kind of confused and stumped.
Source: Shutter Stock Before you make a move, think about how long you two have been together.
Did you literally just start seeing him a week ago?
If it's only been 1-3 weeks, be careful about you approach this. Say something like, "So, no pressure at all, but I was just wondering if we're doing anything for Valentine's Day?
The end of January/beginning of February has to be the absolute worst time to start a new relationship, or even to just start dating someone new. A few of my friends are dealing with this exact situation right now.
For a new couple (or, even worse, two people who just started hanging out, and they like each other, but they don’t know what they are yet), the romantic holiday can bring about a ton of confusion.
One of my good friends recently asked me for advice in a total panic.
She just started seeing someone a few weeks ago, and their relationship is so new, they don’t yet have a label for it.
He said he wanted to be her valentine a few days ago, but never brought it up after that.
She wanted to know if she should get him something – and if so, what?