How NOT to Celebrate Valentine's Day when You're Single

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Do Not Be S.A.D!

Don't be blue on February 14th! Just because you're single doesn't mean it's the end of the world. So, find the positive in your single status, and

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Photo by: Flickr Creative Commons
Do Not Be S.A.D!

Don't be blue on February 14th! Just because you're single doesn't mean it's the end of the world. So, find the positive in your single status, and watch out for this bad behavior!

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Mon, Feb 10, 2014 5:10 PM EST

Valentine's Day is almost here, which means single women everywhere are either scrolling through their contact lists to hook a date or stabbing Cupid in their dreams. This year I am also single, so I won't be celebrating Valentine's Day. Instead, I am celebrating my single status on Singles Awareness Day, also known as S.A.D. But there's nothing sad about my singlehood, or yours for that matter. S.A.D. is more of a humorous holiday, created to take the edge off of Valentine's Day for single folks. It is in fact on February 14th, just like Cupid's day. So, let us celebrate Singles Awareness Day. Put on a smile and get happy! Feel grateful that you're not with what's-his-face anymore or that you won't be disappointed by another less-than-stellar online date on Valentine's Day. And please, please, please don't do the following to celebrate Singles Awareness Day. - By Sujeiry Gonzalez


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