Is Valentine’s Day Romance Dead? Dr. Rachel Ross Gives You Tips on Spicing Up Your Love Life

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    Dr. Rachael Ross is worried about the state of male-female relationships, based in part on a conversation with a teenaged patient who told her, when asked if he had a Valentine, that he liked a girl well enough for sex, but not enough for a relationship because “these girls be on them games.”

    The image of Valentine’s Day is that of romance, flowers, candy and true love, but Ross said she feared that is not the growing trend.

    “The future of male/female relationships appears to be headed in a terrible direction…it’s on a downward spiral,” Ross said in a recent Facebook post.

    Ross is known as a no-holds-barred speaker known who openly discusses relationships, sex, health, abstinence &/comprehensive sex education for teenagers, and HIV/AIDS prevention.

    For Valentine’s Day, she is interested in helping to keep romance alive and to show young people there is more to sex than just a hookup.

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