Being in a new relationship can feel like a whole lot of pressure — especially if you started dating right before effing Valentine's Day. Gift-giving can be super stressful even if you've been together for ages! For those of you who've spent the last week frantically scrolling through Amazon, the good news is that Valentine's Day doesn't have to be as high-pressure as you might assume. Getting the perfect gift might seem impossible, but a little thoughtfulness goes a long way. For new couples, the best V-Day gift-buying strategy is to keep your significant other's interests in mind, while not going over the top.
What To Get Someone You Just Started Dating For Valentine's Day
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That's right! Long term couples are comfortable with showing affection and buying gifts, but your relationship might not be at that stage yet. Discussing the Valentine's Day question with your date will help take some of the pressure off. Read on for another quiz question. Not necessarily.
Is It Too Soon To Celebrate Valentine's Day If You Literally Just Started Dating?
I'm years-mature and was fortunate enough to receive an excellent education and I still don't know what "dating" means! Is it an Instagram-official relationship? A bunch of dates in a row? Hanging out for two years and sharing secrets and making out but never committing? Um, not that last one, right?
Trying to find the right Valentine's Day gift can always be tricky, but it's even harder if you're shopping for someone you just started dating. The solution? A gift that shows a little effort, but is still NBD enough that nobody will feel uncomfortable by it. This is a good opportunity to spend quality time together and get to know each other better in a non-distracting setting.