Love doctor seeking Mrs Right
I am a long-time reader of your column and a listener to your radio programme. The topics on your programme are informative and refreshing.
The reason I am writing to you is to state that I have read a lot of messages of ladies complaining about men, and that they can't find good men. However, money doesn't make a man good. When seeking a partner, one should ensure that there is love, patience, dedication, and compromise. One should also ensure that the prospective partner is willing to work with one's flaws and faults. These are essential for a successful relationship.
A long-term relationship doesn't just happen overnight. As the saying goes "If you want good, your nose has to run." So, ladies and gentlemen, true love is still out there but we have to set our sails to the direction of the wind.
I am a 33-year-old male from Clarendon. I would love to meet a working-class woman who is caring, loving, sharing and understanding. She should be a woman who has good morals and loves other people as she loves herself.
I am looking forward to hearing your comments.
I would not waste my time to comment on your letter. Except to say, if you know all these things about women, you shouldn't have problems finding one for yourself.
You are probably thinking too highly about yourself, and you need to humble yourself before God. Otherwise you will find yourself on the shelf and nobody will want you.