10 Ways Great Boyfriends Can Flex To Make Every Day Feel Like February 14th

10 Ways Great Boyfriends Can Flex To Make Every Day Feel Like February 14th

Because shouldn't you shower her 24/7, instead of just one day a year?

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It's no secret that Valentine's Day is right around the corner!

It's a day in which couples usually go all out to celebrate their love and each other.

I think most of the gentleman out there would agree with me that their ladies are super special. That being said, don't you think that they deserve every day to feel as special and loved as they do on Valentine's Day?

Heck yeah, they do!

That being said, here are 10 ways that you can show your girl that you love them all 365 days of the year!

1. Make them a 365 day jar

This is a super easy thing to make that you can make with supplies from around your house!

All you need to do is get a mason jar and write on some small pieces of paper why you love her, memories with her, some encouraging quotes, and maybe some lovey-dovey song lyrics. It is usually best to color code the categories so they can choose what they need.

This is a super personal and special gift to give to your significant other because it will remind them every single day of the year just how much you love them.

2. Plan a picnic

This is a super easy thing to do that is sure to make her realize just how much you care about her. It will be so nice for you both to just take a second out of your busy lives to go outside and spend time together.

You don't even have to make the picnic food. If you really want, you can just grab a blanket and drive through Bojangles or somewhere and eat it outside.

3. Take her to get a massage or to get her nails done

Massage

Surprise your girl by treating her to some method of pampering.

In her stressful life, this is sure to make her feel better and it will show her that you really care.

If you want, there is also always the option for a couples massage or couples pedicures!

 4. Buy her flowers for no reason

This is a given.

What girl doesn't love flowers? Especially when they are for no particular reason except that "I love you."

You can even get them super cheap and they will still make her day.

 5. Cook her favorite meal

This is a real easy way to impress her and something that will make her day, especially if she had a hard one.

6.  Write her a letter

Love Letter

With phones these days, some people forget that you can actually pick up a pen and paper and write out a handwritten letter.

Doing this would be something really meaningful and heartfelt that would surprise your girlfriend, even if you type it up and print it out.

 7. Get her some makeup

Now, I know that not every girl likes makeup, but if your girlfriend is a makeup-loving one, then this would be sure to make her day!

Maybe get her a new lip gloss or go all out and get her a new eye shadow palette. Whatever it is, no matter how big or small, she will appreciate it.

8. Do something for her

This is super broad, but you can do anything really that just helps her out. This will help alleviate some of the pressure and stress on her.

This can include doing things that she normally would like taking out the trash or putting her cloths away for her.

The whole idea of it is to just do something you normally wouldn't do for her.

9. Watch a rom-com with her

Titanic

While you may not be a huge "Titanic" or "The Notebook" fan, it will make your girls night if you simply just sit down and watch a "chick-flick" with her.

SEE ALSO: Want Your Boyfriend To Watch A Chick Flick With You? Try These 18 Movies That Dudes Admit Are Actually Good

10. Get her a puppy

Puppy

Do I even need to explain this one?

What girl wouldn't want to wake up to a puppy on their bed as a surprise? I personally, would recommend French Bulldogs.

Obviously make sure you are responsible enough to care for it and realize that it is a commitment though.

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I Asked 25 Girls What They Would Do If They Got Pregnant In College

Whatever you decided, I applaud you.
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Pregnancy and college just seriously do not mix together. There are only a few people that can financially and emotionally afford to bring a human into this world at such a young age. And for that, I applaud them.

I wanted to get some more understanding on what women in college would do if they were culture-shocked with a positive pregnancy test, and here is what I found:

1. Supportive fam squad - Age 20

"I would keep the baby and figure out how to raise it on my own. I have a very supportive family so I know that they would have my back in the end."

You're one of the lucky ones, baby girl. Not too many people are blessed with family members that are willing to support their child's/sister's/ brother's every move. We can see this is many of the other responses (it's quite sad actually):

Age 19: "I actually had a bit of a scare this month so I already thought this through... I would drop out of school and get a job. Hopefully, continue with some night classes at a community college but I would need to get a job. My parents already told me years ago that they would cut me off if I got pregnant. I would need to get my own place too. I would seek out different services (like Good Counsel Homes). Once I had the baby, I would put it up for adoption in hopes of giving the child a better future."

Age 20: "I would handle it with my parents and see what they said about what I should do. I would talk to my boyfriend and see how he felt after everything is talked about I would see if we should put the kid up for adoption. I wouldn't want to ruin the kid's future and life if I wasn't ready for a baby. Although it's bad and wrong to abort, I would have to do what's best."

2. Abortion — no questions asked - Age 20

“I would get an abortion because I know that I cannot financially or emotionally take care of a child at this age. I want to continue my education and get a well-paying job, have a social life, and take care of myself. I cannot do that while pregnant."

Because the most mature thing is to admit when you aren't ready. I applaud you for that Miss. Anonymous — you are a different breed of woman. Thank you. Here are some other ladies that agree with her:

Age 20 - “Having a child is a blessing because some girls can't. But therefore I'd have to have an abortion due to the fact that I wouldn't be able to handle that also because I'm not ready to be a mother."

Keepin' it short and simple:

From two 20-year-olds- "Get an abortion," and "Abortion."

Age 19 - "Plan B/Abortion."

Age 18 - “I wouldn't have the baby, and wouldn't lose my education."

Age 21 - “Probably get an abortion because I'm just starting my life."


3. Babies after marriage ONLY - Age 22

“My boyfriend is terrified of getting pregnant out of wedlock, it's not that we're uncommitted it's just he has a big fear not being able to afford a child. I told myself and my girlfriends if it ever were to happen I would get an abortion and never tell him to protect him from making that hard decision. I'm not proud of it, but I do believe it is the most mature thing to do for us."

Religion is definitely a factor when having a baby. I agree with the fact that babies should only come after you've been married —sometimes it's a fear that having a child when you're not ready can cause the relationship to crumble.

4. My boyfriend's decision matters too - Age 20

“Cry, but come up with a plan and talk it out with my boyfriend."

And YASS girl, because it's his child too! I applaud your willingness to talk it out with your S.O. You're definitely not the only one! Check these responses out:

“Keep the baby! My partner and I have discussed what we would do if it were to happen and both agree to keep the child."

5. It would depend on who I'm dating - Age 23

“It would depend on the relationship I'm in. If it's strong, I'd do my best to give the baby a great life. If I wasn't in a relationship at all, I'd really have to consider my options, abortion, adoption, etc."

Say no more, girlfriend, I'm 100% with you on this, and look, some other girls are too!

Age 21 - “I would keep it if it's with my current boyfriend. I would try my best to manage school and a baby!"

6. Keep it, duh - Age 20

“Probably cry, first. Then, tell my mom and ask for her advice. I would likely keep the child. I might want to halt my relationship with the baby's father (assuming he's my boyfriend) so we could be co-parents and not risk something breaking us up."

A different approach, but definitely not a bad one. Here are some ladies that agree with you, and would 100% keep it for themselves.

Age 23 - “I'd keep it. I'd be happy. I always wanted to be a mom and being so close to graduation, it actually would be a really great thing."

From three 18-year-olds - “Have the baby and go to school concurrently.“

“Most likely keep it. Continue degree from home at a local community college."

“I would have the baby, but would probably take off two years or so to work and prepare."

From a few 20-year-olds - “Have the baby," and "I would keep it."

“Continue working hard in school and never give up no matter how hard it may be."

"I would move back home and have the baby. "

7. Adoption would be an option - Age 20

“I would try to stay in school as long as I could and then take some time off when it got closer to the pregnancy, depending on what time of year it was. I would not get an abortion, I would still have the baby but I am not sure if I would keep it or give it up for adoption. It would probably depend on whether or not I was in a relationship with the father of the child."

Give the baby the best life possible, even if that might be the best life isn't with me.

From two 19-year-olds: “Abortion or adoption," and “Keep the baby and either raise it with help from family or give it up for adoption."

All in all, everyone's views are different. I hope that if you are ever in this position you choose what's not only best for you mentally and physically, your partner, and most importantly for the human you will (or will not) bring into this world.

And, always, always, ALWAYS...

practice safe sex.

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Dating A Girl With Anxiety Is An Emotional Investment That's More Than Worth Your Time

Be honest and trustworthy, it will mean the world to her.

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As someone with anxiety it is safe to say that trusting someone, much less your significant other, is not the easiest of tasks. Regardless of how much I want to trust someone it is still difficult. Someone with anxiety needs reassurance, on the regular, that you still like them. They will constantly apologize for situations that were not their fault; do not let them blame themselves.

When dating a girl with anxiety, she will support you and be there for you, but will have trouble expressing or communicating to you how much you actually mean to her. Just remember she appreciates you, and she is trying.

Often times, dating a girl with anxiety also comes with a generous helping of the depression that usually tags along. Keep this in mind. If you are out somewhere with her and she stops talking, just know she does want to be there. She will need days away from you, although she may have a fear of being alone at times. She will also need days with you.

There will be nights where she does not sleep; there will be days where that is all she does. Some days she will do absolutely nothing, and others she will try to accomplish the impossible. Despite what she ends up doing for the day, she will never feel as though she has conquered enough. These maybe things she has not told you or you have yet to figured out, but that's why I'm here to tell you.

She tries relentlessly to trust you, although her dating history has been a toxic mess. She tends to keep to herself, but she also needs people to understand her.

Occasionally she will have good days. Occasionally she will have days where she has horrible anxiety attacks. Please be there for her during both. She does want you there, despite what it may seem. She cares about you, she just is not the best at expressing it.

Tell her how you feel about the relationship. Tell her how you feel about her. If you think she is beautiful, tell her. If you want to spend time with her, please tell her. Make the changes so that you are comfortable, but so her feelings are also validated. She will overthink and assume the worst; let her know that everything's going to be ok.

She cares and appreciates you. She will always have your back and support you whenever necessary. Remember this during her worst days.

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