Can’t Buy Love

“On Valentine’s Day, receiving flowers versus a pair of diamond earrings doesn’t mean the romance is over. In fact, it’s a sign you have a healthy marriage. Couples who say material possessions are unimportant to them are more satisfied with their relationships, according to a new study. “They find happiness in each other, not their belongings,” says lead author Jason Carroll, Ph.D.”

I read this paragraph in the February, 2012 issue of Family Circle. I like it because it takes the pressure off. I love Valentine’s Day and I purchased my gift for my husband in December!

But, if you have more love than money, here is an idea – recreate your first date.

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