How to spend Valentine’s Day alone

— By Rebecca Zhou,
Central York High School

With Valentine’s Day approaching, you know what that means: a day where couples celebrate and glorify their love and affection for each other without being judged.

But what if you don’t have someone to share affections with?

That’s why, for some, it might turn out to be S.A.D. — Single’s Awareness Day. Here are some ways to stay positive about this commercial holiday and celebrate G.L.A.D. — Good-for-nothing Love Awareness Day.

Click on image to view Valentine tips.

Valentine’s Day doesn’t have to be painful. If you’re still feeling down, don’t forget you can still find love in other places. Your family and friends are great sources. Share Valentine’s Day with those closest to you and profess your love to them because they might need love, too.

About Samantha Dellinger

I'm a graphic/media artist at the York Daily Record/Sunday News. Outside of work, I keep busy as a freelance illustrator. When I'm not creating art, I enjoy hanging out with my family and friends. I also have a somewhat crazy obsession about my English bulldog, Diesel. I do not like feet, clowns, ferris wheels and hangnails. I'm a fan of 80's new wave music. I love the Pet Shop Boys!
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