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»Single on Valentine's Day? 5 tips to enjoy yourself in this day
Despite what you may think, being single on Valentine's Day is not a bad thing. In fact, we could say that it is even better than having a relationship. And no, we're not going crazy!

?Really? The most romantic day of the year can be more fun if you do not have a partner? Yes, you heard correctly. In order to have a good relationship with a partner, you must first learn to be alone and to enjoy yourself, your thoughts, your plans. Only then can you really enjoy and value what it means to be a couple, which is neither better nor worse than being single; it is, simply, different. A great advantage, for example, is that you appreciate the time you spend with your friends ...
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You yourself have everything you need to be happy! But if you miss meeting someone special this day, relationship expert Doug Haines has given us several tips to make Valentine's Day a dream for any single woman. !
1. Do not stay at home It may be that you feel like drowning in a bottle of wine and a box of chocolates (or two) watching Bridget Jones over and over again. O Love Actually, or The Holiday or any movie that makes you believe in perfect and utopic relationships, how are you ...
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? But as Doug points out, if you do not have a partner, Valentine's Day is the perfect night to go out, because it is the only day of the year in which it is guaranteed that most of the people who go out are single. If you want to meet people that night, prepare yourself (the important thing is that you look beautiful and like yourself), go out with your friends to have a drink and have fun.
"The trick is to do something you want to do any other day: go dancing with your friends, go to your favorite club or dine in a trendy restaurant," says Doug. "And keep in mind that if you know a guy that you like, rest assured that he will be single." And if not, you will have spent another wonderful night with your circle of friends.
2. Take the initiative Douglas also tells us that Valentine's Day can be a day to risk and break prejudices. So if you're one of those girls who thinks that man always has to take the initiative, he ignores that rule! "Why not take control of your love life?" Says Doug. "If you like a boy, get close to him, compliment him and introduce yourself. It's fun and the kids love it, "he says. And it is that working safety in yourself and forgetting the complexes will make you much stronger to face any situation. And that also includes the possibility of starting a solid relationship. You know, who does not risk does not win.
3. Use Valentine's Day as a topic of conversation. We know that taking a witty and interesting conversation topic is not always so simple. But Doug has an ace up his sleeve for singles who are looking for love on Valentine's Day.
Instead of being ashamed of not having a partner the most romantic day of the year and trying to avoid talking about it, use it as a conversation topic. And if you cheer up, you could even say, "Hey, did I get my Valentine's card?" It can be a fun way to break the ice and build trust, or else use as a subject how cloying we are. put in enfemenino (quiet,? nothing ends San Valentin!)
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4. Organize a party If you do not feel like leaving, why not organize a Valentine's Day party at home? Doug recommends inviting a group of single friends and having them bring another friend. "In this way you will mix various types of people and you will be able to meet many people that night," says Doug.
There is also no need to exclude couples or put hearts around the house. "You only have to invite a lot of different people, always have a drink on the table and enjoy the night," Doug tells us. It may also be a good idea to organize a traffic light party: for singles to wear a green sticker, a red sticker, and those who are meeting someone for an orange. Easier impossible!
5. Glad to be single If all this seems too much work and you're still a bit depressed to be single on Valentine's Day, it may be that the only thing you lack is to change your mind a little. Think of all those couples who will be sitting quietly in the typical Italian restaurant paying triple what they would pay on a normal day, or that bouquet of flowers bought at the last minute at a gas station to not look bad. And that if there is some kind of romantic detail!
"You're very lucky to be single on Valentine's Day," says Doug. "You have the entire day to do what you want and, in addition, there are millions of single and attractive people you can meet. It's the day of opportunities. " So do not give this day more importance than you have, learn to enjoy yourself! Do you know yourself well? Do you know what kind of maiden you are? Do our test and leave doubts!
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»In Iran, an application breaks the sexual taboos
 Since the dismissal of Iran's last Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi in 1979, the life of the Iranians has been deeply disrupted by its new leaders and the repression they impose on them. The fundamentalist policy pursued in recent decades notably proscribes all sexual education within schools. The young Iranians are therefore deprived of knowledge that their grandparents had easy access to.    It is in this context that an Iranian activist who has taken up residence in France, Soudeh Rad, decided to create Hamdam (companion in Persian), an app that accompanies young Iranians in learning and discovering their bodies. 
 The application, which has already been downloaded more than 18,000 times in 2 months, aims to inform young people, especially young Iranian women, about their sexual health, how their bodies work, but also about rights they have as women.    They can use Hamdam to calculate their menstrual cycle and avoid unwanted pregnancies, learn about sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) or learn how to detect them. warning symptoms of breast cancer. 
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 The application, available on Android, also wants to help women victims of violence by exposing their rights. An emergency button is also available to put them in contact with an emergency hotline in case of marital rape.
In a country where only 25% of people say they have enough information about their sex life, Hamdam deserves to be a "companion" for the younger generation. 
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