Are you sweating bullets yet? Take a deep breath - there are plenty of options of what to do for Valentine’s Day that’ll make your partner grin ear-to-ear and show them just how much you care about your relationship.

Here’s what to do this Valentine’s Day to ensure it’s not only awesome, but will likely, make you lucky, too.

You Just Started Dating

Invite her to go to dinner and grab Valentine's Day cocktails, and if it goes well, suggest a night-cap at home. And make sure you have some wine and roses waiting!

You're Going Through A Rough Patch

Take the time to write a long, kind and open letter. Go to one of your favorite restaurants, followed by a nice wine bar and give the letter. It may help to break away some of the things keeping you apart, and more importantly, open up the dialogue to get your relationship or marriage back on track.

You Just Said "I Love You"

If you’re at the point where you’re finishing phone calls with those three words, Valentine’s Day is likely one of the first romantic holidays that you two will share together. In this case, sending flowers to the office is a great idea.

Your Partner Has Been Stressed

When your partner walks in the door by leaving a trail of rose petals leading to the kitchen table, where a good bottle of wine and a freshly cooked meal is waiting. Feel free to go all out with the heart-shaped box of chocolates, red-and-white teddy bears and Lovehearts. 

Spice Up Your Sex Life

Hey - it’s okay for your sex life to become a little less wild the longer you date, but to add some variety into it, suggest that for Valentine’s Day, you cook dinner at home and that you will make the evening all about her: a bubble bath for two, a hot oil massage, fuzzy bathrobe, an old movie and then, take your time going down on her. 

Your Broke Newly Weds

Pick up a cake similar to the one you had at your reception, buy the same flowers that were in the bouquet and grab a nice bottle of champagne, and write a loving card about your first Valentine’s Day as a married couple. Your partner will love the sweet attention to detail.

You're Recently Single

Round up your single friends and hit the slopes. Plus, physical activity - followed by whiskey, beer or wine - will do you some good.