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Who Has The Remote? Seeks True Meaning in Valentines Day   By PRWEB

New York, NY (PRWEB) February 14, 2013

WhoHasTheRemote.com believes that Valentine's is a special day to honor the love that people share between friends, relatives, and romantic partners. To ensure that everyone feels included, Who Has The Remote? offers some tips on how to prevent the Charlie Brown plight, based on a recent write up on a dallasnews.com blog.

As the holiday decked with hearts, Valentine's is a day when everyone should feel happiness. For many people however, the holiday of love is a time of stress, because of the pressure to perform something lavish for those near and dear. This has often been attributed to the commercialization of Valentines, which can feel especially burdensome in the midst of a sluggish economy.

At schools throughout the country, the Charlie Brown dilemma is solved by having each boy and girl exchange cards with every classmate. The cards do not have to be fancy; they just need to be presented as tokens of the Valentines spirit.