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Forget it and move on

By | Jan 19th 2011 | 1 min read

Dear Greg,

I have been dating a lady for three years during my high school and after. However, after the release of the KCSE results, she started behaving strangely. She told me ‘you are young’ and, two weeks later, said we should end the relationship. I was heartbroken.

Recently, she started getting close to my best friend and she told him she really wanted us to get back together. Does it mean she now sees my value because I have been admitted to college?

Please advise me because I am confused.


Dear Patrobus,

My dear fellow, this is a weird story. To tell you the truth, I don’t really understand what you’re talking about. You fail to provide the age of the lady and you don’t explain what you mean by ‘dating’. I have always found the word ‘dating’ a bit mature for high school kids.

Let’s go with what you have provided. She said ‘you are young’. That indicates to me that she is considerably older than you. I must say congratulations are in order.

The bottom line is this relationship of yours appears to have run its course. I say move on and do what young people do; look for someone new.

Congratulations on getting to college, by the way. I hope it’s a good one.

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