Use Valentine’s Day to nurture the relationships you have
Valentine’s Day doesn’t always have to be romantic. It can also be a time to nurture other relationships in your life.
It’s a perfect time to make plans with friends or family. Even if it’s not a romantic occasion, spending time with people you care about and who value you is a great boost for your mood and overall well-being.
Some ways you can celebrate Valentine’s Day:
A girls’ night out to celebrate “Galentine’s Day.”
A local get-together for singles.
Video get-together with friends or relatives that may live far away.
Unfortunately, it’s easy to get caught up in the busyness of day-to-day life. If you are in a relationship, intentionally spending planned, quality time together without distractions is crucial- and not just around Valentine’s Day.
If you decide to celebrate Valentine’s Day, try making reservations or buying tickets ahead of time. Not waiting until the last minute to make plans or buy gifts will eliminate a lot of stress and anxiety.
If you’re struggling with emotions related to Valentine’s Day, don’t hesitate to reach out for help. You don’t have to feel alone. At Serene Health, we offer late evening and weekend appointments from our Telehealth platform so you can speak to a therapist from the location of your choice. Call us at 844-737-3638 or visit www.serenehealth.com to book an appointment.