Jane Lizzith's Love Release

William Sheakespear presented by Alexandra Hall

The Longing One's Cry for Help.

Dear Jane Lizzith,

I have read your column for years, but I never thought I would be writing you. I've tried going to meetings of "Women who love too much" but I'm still hurting, so I thought maybe you could help me. My problem is that the guy I love doesn't want to be in the same room as me...

Not only that but the mere sight of me makes him sick. I only wish that he would look onto me with loving eyes, but his eyes sparkle towards my best friend. He doesn't love me, he loves Hermia. Help please Jane? I'm deperate.


The Longing One.

The Heroic Reply to the Longing One's Desperate Cry

Dear The Longing one,

I can see how you are worried. You are trapped in a big love square with no exits. Well I'm going to try and help you out. Thanks for coming to Jane Lizzith's Love Release.

Your first option to help yourself out is to go to Oberon, The fairy king, and ask him to remove the spell from Lysander. This will make him love your Hermia again. Also your friendship with her will be saved. Unfortunatley though, the one you long for will still have no interest in you.

Your second option is kind-of old school. The one you love does not show interest in you. Well what if you didn't show interest in him? It will make him wonder what changed and he might even ask you about it. He'll show you the attention you desire. But heres the con. Your love might be happy that you are showing no interest in him. Also Lysander will still be after you and your friendship with Hermia will be ruined: she'll be upset with you, and she'll think its your fault.

Okay longing one, remember both the pros and the cons and think them through carefully. Good luck!


Jane Lizzeth