Eating a lot of string cheese? Listening to a lot of Adele? Then you must be celebrating “Anti-Valentines Day!”
Step away from social media immediately! Posting excessively on social media can result in side effects such as self-pity, romanticizing relationships, failing to be witty or sarcastic.
Seek medical help if attention-seeking worsens. Do not drive or operate machinery as it will probably result in you crying into your string cheese and cronut while driving.
Talk to your bestie, therapist – or pharmacist – to learn more about what it means to hold your own, to love yourself and to be okay with being alone.
The worst thing about Valentine’s Day for single people is everyone else’s social media posts. It’s like Coachella for couples: pictures, pictures, pictures – or it didn’t happen. Although it does smell better than Coachella.
Always keep in mind, social media perpetuates fakeness. We all know relationships are not all “I love you bae,” and rom-com dates.
Valentine’s Day might be romantic for couples, but not everyone wants to celebrate the holiday of love—especially when their single. To juxtapose Valentine’s Day, the day is now also known as “Singles Awareness Day.” Note the acronym for that one: SAD. I mean, it’s right there!
For those who are not in relationships, or recently went through a break up, the below list is for you.
Anti-Valentine’s Day quotes, and music. Filled with a little humor, sarcasm, and pessimism. The perfect combination for non-lovers!