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Our children learn about relationships from watching others, and parents are often their best (and sometimes worst) examples. How are you modeling love in your own relationship? Your children are paying attention.

Our newest team member, Holly Renehan, shares how her parents set examples, and invites you to share your own stories. What a perfect thing to do on Valentine's Day.

When I was growing up, it was easy to see how much my parents loved each other. I don’t remember roses or chocolate or exotic trips or sexy lingerie (thankfully!). I don’t remember grand gestures at all. What stands clearly in my mind are the little things my parents did for each other daily. My mother picked out my father’s shirt...

Oh, Valentine’s Day. The flowers, the chocolate, the candy, the cute little stuffed animals, the sweetly sentimental greeting cards. But also, the expectations. The pressure and obligation to make a meaningful expression of your love, maybe even to take the next step

If you have someone you love, or even like a lot, don't feel pressured to DO anything that you're not ready for - especially when it comes to getting physical or having sex. But since Valentine's Day makes us want to show others how much we care, you might be trying to think of something special. Well, great news, here: demonstrating your love doesn't require sex. There are LOTS of other creative and meaningful ways to show your love.

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