(PRWEB) February 12, 2013
WhoHasTheRemote.com hopes that everyone feels the joy of the Valentine’s Day spirit. As anyone who has been through the hard knocks of love will know, it can take some time of self-reflection to realize whether he or she is “the one.” As reported in a news release on MTV.com, this age-old quandary has now been set to the tune “Mirrors” by Justin Timberlake, who triumphantly performed the track at the 2013 Grammys.
Before their walk down the aisle, most married couples will have likely experienced turbulence on the road to their nuptials. The wisdom that spouses glean from those experiences can now be imparted onto the younger generation, particularly to sons and daughters who are just now entering the game of love. This year will mark the first romantic Valentine’s Day for many teenagers. While a small number of youth might prove lucky at the love game, most will inevitably face heartbreak in their search for the ultimate soul mate.
Heartbreak is a fact of life, and there’s little that parents can do to protect their children from the bumpy rides of the love game. Mothers and fathers can advise them to take things slowly, but only the most pragmatic of teenagers are likely to show such restraint. Love is based on emotion, not logic, which makes it an especially difficult area to navigate for those with no prior experience. When the inevitable does occur, the best that most parents can do is console their young one’s with the reassurance that love will come again.
In the meantime, parents and children can enjoy Valentines together with some wholesome holiday movies. Some of the best premium tv packages will be airing romantic classics around the clock during the day of love. With an optimal dish network internet bundle, families can discuss the virtues of love on the silver screen while drawing the line between fantasy and reality.
WhoHasTheRemote.com believes that everyone ultimately deserves to fall in love, but warns young lovers against falling for fairytales.
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