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

New York, NY (PRWEB) February 14, 2013 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 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.

In the adult world, the pressures attached to Valentines are more complex. While money is the primary culprit, a lot of pressure is also placed on ones imagination when it comes to cards, chocolates, and roses. The sense of obligation is especially hard felt amongst teenage boys and young men, who typically go overboard to woo their romantic interests. But as most married couples know, love is not measured in money, gifts or extravagant dates; instead, love is measured in fidelity, loyalty, and commitment.

When it comes to family time, the holiday of hearts can be educational, especially while catching Be My Valentine, Charlie Brown on dish packages during the week. Watching movies with kids is a perfect way to impart wisdom onto the little ones. One of the most important things that boys and girls can learn about in life is the value of love. hopes that everyone has a happy Valentine's Day, and encourages people to measure their love in loyalty and commitment not gift sizes or dollar amounts.

About Who Has The Remote?: offers creative tips and guidance on seasonal activities that involve the family from games and gifts to movies and meals.

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