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  • Valentine’s Day proves the inefficiency of gift giving
  • Valentine’s Day proves the inefficiency of gift giving
    Vann Piazza (2014) ©
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Valentine’s Day proves the inefficiency of gift giving

Americans are set to spend a record amount this Valentine’s Day. But gift giving isn't always a great way to get someone what they actually want. For developing relationships that will support us through life, however, the social benefits far outweigh the financial wastage.

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