Advice From Gabby

Hira Qureshi

Why Can't He Love Me?...

Dear Gabby,


I have read 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 doesn't want to be in the same room with me. He hates me! He loves another girl, but she doesn't love him back. I've been told to forget him, but I can't. I love him, though. How do I get him to love me back? How do I make him understand that no one will love him more than me?


Sincerely,

The Fragile One

He Can Love You

Dear Fragile One,


I see that you have been having problems with the one you love. You seem to love him to pieces, but he doesn't love you back. I wouldn't tell you to forget him, because that never works. Instead, I have a bit of advice for you.

One option for you would be to stay away from him until he needs you. Since he likes another girl who doesn't like him back, she might disappoint him enough for him to remember you. You were the one who truly loved him, and he might realize that he loves you back. However, there is one sacrifice you would have to make. You would have to be prepared to lose him forever, for he may never need you.

Another option for you would be to seek a wise Sorceress. As a mortal, it will be difficult to find a Sorceress: you must conjure her, bribe her and send her back. She could cast a spell on him or something. He will definitely love you back. The only problem is magic is tricky, and this has the potential to end dangerously.

To get him to love you back, you should either try to stay away from him, or try magic. Though these are good options, you must remember that bad may come from them. I wish

you the greatest luck, for you believe to love him truly. I hope he will love you so.


Sincerely,

Gabby of the Faries

Symbols for the Fragile One

About Gabby

I am Gabby of the fairies of the Magic Forest. I watch mortals carefully, and I say I'm rather entertained by their constant drama. I've seen enough to learn their emotions. From afar, I see that they make careless decisions, and my job here is to make sure you don't do such. Feel free to write me a letter and leave it in a tree in the Magic Forest. If I believe it's worthy, I shall respond.