Now that Valentine’s Day has come and gone, mid-February brings in break-up season.
The times of the year with the highest number of break ups are after New Year’s and Valentine’s Day because they are “expectation holidays.” If you weren’t all in before one of these holidays and your significant other doesn’t meet your expectations, it can be just what you needed to end it.
There are many reasons for the mid-February trend of break-ups. Some couples hold their relationships together for the holidays and end it after Valentine’s Day. Others see Valentine’s as the straw that breaks the camel’s back.
If St. Valentine wasn’t too kind to you this year, enjoy this Break-up playlist.
Haley Madison has been working at the UVU Review for two years and is currently the editor of the music and food blogs on uvureview.com. She has been working in journalism for four years and just can’t seem to let it go. She is majoring is psychology and hopes to be a sports psychologist. Her heart belongs to all animals, WWE and Real Salt Lake.