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Why Do So Many Couples Argue, Fight and Even Call It “Quits”
on Valentines Day?
Valentine’s Day is supposed to be a day for lovers to
romance each other and draw even closer. For many couples,
sadly enough it doesn’t turn out that way.
Once your audience knows these 10 primary reasons, their
chances of romantic bliss and creating a lasting
relationship just got a whole lot better.
People expect Valentine’s Day to be a magic elixir that
brings romance back into their relationship, their lives and
The Collins’ reveal the one key hidden problem for many
people -- they don’t make their relationship a priority the
other 364 days in the year
This intense focus on romance and love for one day
accentuates and brings to the surface challenges that
already exist in the relationship that they have been
avoiding or hiding.
Another challenge -- people fear they won’t be able to live
up to their partner’s expectations for the big day. These
could be fears about the future, money, acceptance and even
These and other issues and challenges can create problems
that are so great that it causes many couples to argue,
fight and even call it “quits” on what is supposed to be the
most sacred day of the year for lovers.
Take the test!
“Should You Stay or Should You Go?”
Susie and Otto Collins have developed a unique “Should
You Stay or Should You Go?” quiz to help people
determine whether their relationship is in the “danger zone”
or not. This quiz is available to your audience by sending
an email to
firstname.lastname@example.org. (Put “Stay or Go
Quiz” in the subject line of the message.)
Susie and Otto Collins
are Relationship Coaches and Authors of the book “Should
You Stay or Should You Go?” and the course “No More
emergency 911 interviews.
To arrange an
interview or request more information, call Susie and Otto
Collins directly at or email
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