Valentines’ Day is the ultimate holiday for lovers and couples. Americans typically buy 180 million roses, 36 million boxes of candy and spend more than $14 billion on gifts for Valentine’s Day. But has this romantic holiday become more about consumerism and obligation than actual expressions of love and affection? And with society becoming more and more disconnected, busy, and individualistic, how has that impacted romantic relationships and marriage. All of that and more on the latest Shrink Tank podcast.


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