Love Advice from Dr. Love


The Unwanted Puppy.

Dear Dr. Love,

I have been reading your column for years but i never thought that i would be writing to 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 dosn't want to be in the same room with me....So, long story short the guy i love is in love with my best friend! I thought to myself how could she do that to me? What should I do? I'm clueless and I would really appreciate your help!


The Unwanted Puppy.

Dear the Unwanted Sad Puppy,

First of all, I know what your going through, I have dealt with a lot of situations just like yours. Trust me, i know it all: I have dealt with a girl who loved both guys, a man who loved his wife but couldn't stop seeing someone else, and someone who really loved her boyfriend but didn't feel the same way.

The first option you could do is try to talk to him and try to make it better. Good things that might come out of this is that you might actually win him back. Then things might actually go back to normal! But then again he might get even more mad. But the least you could do is try.

Another choice is that you could just try to find someone better! The ups of that option is that you might actually find someone way better than him! You might like that person a lot more than you do for this guy. But then again you might always still love him inside and never get over him. but then again you have to start somewhere!

I wish you the best of luck finding happiness in your love life! Try to use these options to the best of your ability. While reading this you may brainstorm of ideas or your own!


Dr. Love