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February 15, 2013
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Tell him to get lost

Dear Pastor,

I hope you are doing fine. I am a regular reader of your column. I have been in a relationship with a guy for a year and seven months now. He is a nice person and we have been involved from my mother was alive. He helped me deal with the stress I was going through when my mother was diagnosed with cancer. I am glad for his support.

We have been together for so long and I have not met anyone related to him. neither have we ever gone out in public.

I asked him so many times what is wrong with me and why he doesn't take me out, and all he has to say is that isn't ashamed of me, and he has no reason to be. I think he is lying.

We have broken up twice, on my terms, because he is always accusing me of cheating, that I have someone behind his back, which I don't.

He said that he was hurt before, can't trust anyone and it is going to be hard for him to do so.

He said it will take time for him to trust me, but I just think he has had enough time to do so.

Pastor, he said one thing and then his action shows something else. All he can say is that it will get better, but I am wondering when that will happen.

Please, pastor, give me your advice. I don't know what to do. A part of me wants to let go, but the other part really loves him and wants to stay. I am hoping to get a reply from you.

Lots of love to you.

S.A., St Catherine

Dear S.A.,

You know enough that should cause you to end the relationship with this man. Both of you have been yettaken you on a date. He has his reasons for not doing so. That is enough for you to tell him you are fed up and he should go his way.

Please do not allow your heart to rule your head. You have never even met any relative of his. This man is hiding something. He is not planning to marry you. Tell him to get lost. Don't allow him to continue making a fool of you.


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