Top
Millennium Post

Know you love her when you let her go

Know you love her when you let her go
X
I’m <g data-gr-id="72">26 year old</g> <g data-gr-id="73">man</g> but I feel like a woman! Please help me understand myself. Is it right or wrong?

Name and location 
unknown
You’re already there... <g data-gr-id="92">its</g> not right or wrong. It’s YOU. You have to be yourself, love yourself the most. You have to feel – you are special! Please take this from me, a lifetime is too long a time to feel confused and miserable. I know what you are feeling but don’t let anyone look down upon you. Do what makes you happy and whatever is your sexual preference, just flow with it. There’s no point 
leading a life that doesn’t suit you! Be proud of what you are. God bless!

I’m Renu. I love someone deeply for many <g data-gr-id="88">years</g> but he doesn’t seem to love me at all! Can you help me by suggesting ways of getting out of this mental mess!
Loving someone who doesn’t love you is one of the most hopeless feelings in the world because it isn’t something you can control. Then again, this is exactly why you need to start the healing process: it’s not your fault, there’s nothing you could have done differently, and the only thing left to do is move on.  Allow yourself time to grieve. When you love someone who doesn’t love you back, it hurts. Take some time away from the other person. Realise you are better off. It doesn’t matter how great the person is, you are better off without loving someone who doesn’t love you back. All the best!

What do you think are the ways I can impress girls?
John P, New Delhi
These are some very important ingredients that might help you cook a good “impressive” recipe:
  Be your natural, confident self
  Be suggestive and not loud in your approach
  Use your eyes to speak the language of your heart
  Your smile can work wonders
  Care for and complement her...
  Be honest and transparent
  Don’t flirt with others in front of her
  Dress smartly and aptly
  Listen more. Talk less.
  Try to be a good friend. A genuine one.

My husband was married before. Though I have no <g data-gr-id="86">assciation</g> with my ex, he is in very good terms with his previous wife. I feel jealous and insecure. How should I cope with this?
Mrs Mehra, Ludhiana

Sometimes you have to express and demand. If you really can’t tolerate this, then be transparent and express yourself. But, please understand, some relationships are impossible to forget. May be his ex is a very close friend and the friendship is the only reason for the closeness. Try to understand him and try to be his closest companion. 

Love replaces love, anger will spoil it. Don’t worry too much and spoil your mental peace. Be a true companion and build a happy future together. Best wishes.

Send your questions to- roopshashotm@gmail.com
Next Story
Share it