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He Said, She Said: Weighing V-Day Expectations

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He Said, She Said: Weighing V-Day Expectations

He Said, She Said: Weighing V-Day Expectations

He Said, She Said: Weighing V-Day Expectations

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He Said, She Said: Part II

Tim Gallagher and Rachel Dickinson from New York share secrets to their 19-year marriage, and differing expectations for Valentine's Day.

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Valentine's Day usually brings gestures of love from people in relationships, but men and women often have different expectations from Cupid.

Writer Simba Sana and Iyanla Vanzant, an author and spiritual mentor, discuss giving and receiving love in ways both sexes can appreciate.

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