Life/Heart

Dear Fuston,
I appreciate the way and manner you respond to people's questions and that has moved me to bring my own predicament in the home to you.
I can count the number of times I ate outside during my days as a bachelor, cooking for me wasn't a big deal because I enjoyed doing it. In fact, without sounding loud, I can comfortably say that I am a good cook.

Dear Bro Fuston,
Kindly help me unravel this situation. I have always loved and wanted for a husband, a handsome man, sexually strong, bold and outspoken. There are other qualities I crave for, but these three are the ones I have a powerful desire for, and if any is lacking, I feel the man is incomplete and therefore not fit for me.

Dear Bro. Fuston,
I once loved this guy who was married to me, I gave him my all; there was nothing I did not do to make our marriage work, but he thwarted every effort.
I know you will publish my letter, so I cannot explain all I did for this guy, and for the survival of our marriage in  newspaper, but the man in the eye of my storm never considered anything, not even our two little children (a boy and a girl) in maltreating me.

Dear Bro. Fuston,
One man who should not be more than fourty years, and less than thirty five years, has constantly been buying from my mother's provision shop.
He is kind, generous and very humorous.  Any time he comes to buy from our shop, he certainly will throw up jokes that will make everybody laugh throughout the period he stays.

Dear Bro Fuston,
 I guess the recent miscarriage I had is as a result of the forceful way my husband makes love to me, he bounces on me and starts devouring me as if I am a cheap harlot. I lost a three month old pregnancy the next morning after his usual pounding the previous night.

Dear Bro. Fuston
Will I be wrong to say that my past is haunting me? My daughter is nine years old now. I had her when I was in S.S. 2 and immediately she turned one, I was instructed not to breast feed her again and my sister took her home to live with her family in Enugu.

Dear Bro Fuston,
I recently had the opportunity to read your column and truly I was pleased by the way you answer questions presented to you.
I have a problem which I want to share with you, believing that respite will come my way through your advice.
Apart from my marriage vow to my husband, which re-echoes each time my minds runs wild, he showed me lots of love when he was healthy. He is in his present condition because of his love for me.