What Does She Want For Valentine’s Day?

What Does She Want For Valentine’s Day?

After a pandemic year in which there was a lot of forced family time together — for good and for bad — a new poll finds that what moms want this year is the gift of some “me time,” coming in at the top of the list. The survey of 1,000 moms by OnePoll with Zulily found that 55 percent said they’ve spent too much time with their partner and want a little time to themselves, and when they are with their significant other, they want to make that time, quote, “more meaningful this Valentine’s Day,” with 46 percent saying they want quality time with their partner. The survey also found how couples’ “love languages” — acts and expressions of love — have changed during the pandemic, with one-third reporting a change. Love languages now include things like: having partners do household chores; cooking a meal at home; sending and sharing memes; playing video games and other games at home; and lounging with their partner doing absolutely nothing.

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