While there are no major holidays specifically devoted to stress relief, Valentine's Day offers many stress-relieving opportunities, which are outlined in this newsletter. If you have a romantic relationship to celebrate, Valentine's Day can provide a fantastic opportunity to revel in it, and build the strength of your bond. If you're single, there are also plenty of fun, relaxing, and delicious ways to enjoy the holiday, which can be used year-round for relaxation. Either way, I hope you enjoy Tuesday to the fullest, and have a great week! --Elizabeth P.S. If you haven't already, feel free to join us on About.com Stress Management's Facebook Page. (Be sure to click "like!")
If you find yourself single and not sure how to make the most of the holiday (or even if you're in a Valentine's Day-worth relationship and want extra ideas on how to make the most of the holiday), see these resources on treating someone special (you!) to a wonderful day--or week.
Valentine's Day can be a wonderful day to spend with the one you love: chocolate! (Sorry, I couldn't resist!) All joking aside, if you were looking for reasons to eat chocolate this week, I have several. Read on to arm yourself with information and techniques to make the most of your love of chocolate, and let it work for you as a stress reliever!
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