Hate your Valentine’s gift? Want to know why he hasn’t sent you anything? Ask our relationship expert in our Valentine’s Day Twitter clinic
Valentine’s Day may be a loved-up affair for some couples but it isn’t rosey for all of us which is why we’ve asked relationship advice expert Jenni Trent Hughes (who works with eharmony.co.uk) to soothe our heartaches and help explain what his gifts, or lack of, mean in our Twitter clinic.
From 12-1pm on Thursday 14 February, Jenni will be on hand on the Marie Claire Twitter to dish out her advice on dealing with the upset of not receiving any card or gift from your partner, or to work out what his odd choice of present means about your relationship.
Jenni will also be around to answer your questions and give suggestions on everything from what to do if you want your Valentine to know if was you who sent the card to what to do if his gift is far more expensive than yours.
Having previously been a panelist on Radio Five Live’s Late Night Live and secured regular slots on Woman’s Hour plus many other TV and radio shows Jenni is more than up to the job and will heal a fair few heavy hearts during our Valentine’s Twitter clinic.
What are you waiting for? Get involved at 12pm today on Marie Claire’s Twitter and use the hash tag #ValentinesDayMC
To further soothe any woes this Valentine’s we’ve teamed up with the Safe Haven movie to offer one lucky winner £50 worth of roses (sent to an address of your choice) and a dinner for two (up to the value of £100.)
This competition celebrates the release of Safe Haven, the latest Nicholas Sparks novel to be adapted for the big screen starring Julianne Hough and Josh Duhamel.
To enter, head to Twitter and RT: ‘#WIN A beautiful bunch of roses and dinner for two this Valentine’s Day to celebrate the release of @SafeHaven_Movie #SafeHaven’
Safe Haven is out 1 March