I want to move on… Help me

By admin
18 October 2013

“After the tragic death of my wife in a car accident in 1998, my life has not been the same. She was everything a man could dream of. Between 2000 and 2003, I tried to find her replacement and had relationships with three women, but I was unsuccessful. About every three months, I frequent top-class private brothels in KwaZulu-Natal to ease my sexual tension. My ladies at home and at work try to associate themselves with me, but I don’t love them. I don’t want to pretend to love anyone I do not love – it would be another sin. How can I get out of this mess? I’m 34 years old. Please help me.” – CWJ, KwaZulu-Natal     Move! Expert advice

I think the problem is that you are looking for a replacement for your late wife. There is no such thing, because every woman is unique in her own way. Stop visiting the brothels. Besides it not being good for your dignity, you might get sexually transmitted infections.

What goes through your mind each time your leave? Have you ever considered the respect you have in the community? Your wife might be turning in her grave each time she sees your car parked outside a brothel. Rather socialise with your colleagues and friend, because you will probably meet a woman through them who you could love and cherish as much as you did your late wife.

Please make sure that you remove the replacement issue from your mind, because this might be the main cause that you are not having success in finding a new partner. I wish you all the best and good luck.