We weren't exclusive.
- He doesn't care about youVote A
- He felt weird about the situation and didn't know what to get youVote B
- It means nothing. Stop thinking so much.Vote C
- Other?Vote D
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In my perspective it would highly depends on your values and belief.
If you weren't exclusive which means not involved enough. He could be simply confused about what to get you and how to even arrange the event without feeling awkward or send wrong signals. If you guys haven't communicated regarding this subject. There would be lots of confusion and tension for him at this aspect. He could think if he do something and it turn out wrong it would potentially ruin anything you have accomplished so far.
Besides, it depends on your belief and perspectives as i have mentioned earlier. For instance, in my perspective, i don't think people should be so obsessed with a simple event like this. Such events suppose to be a little extra excuse of generosity, forgiveness and happiness. But today it is money, financials and being materialist. The pockets determine how much someone loves another. This is not correct in my view. I don't care about Valentine and i don't hold any value for it. Anyone who is in relationship with me must be aware of that. So it is about your agreement and understanding with someone that you are in relationship with. Me and my girlfriend don't care about it. We don't need the world to declare us a day for us and allow us to love each other. Every day can be our Valentine and giving gifts or spending load of money is not a way to show our affection.
The best key is always communication. Study your opposite and reach mutual communication, understanding and agreement and express yourself openly. This way you get to know each other better as well as your values and principles.1