Hi, Bro. Fuston
I am bringing to you the best of Christmas and new year ahead.
Someone I know sent a letter to you stating her problems, it's up to three months now she has been waiting for your reply, and it is disappointed you have not replied the letter.

Dear Bro. Fuston
I am 19 years, there is this guy that has been professing love to me.
We have known each other for some weeks and he told me that he has a girlfriend, but wouldn't want to lose me. I love him, but my confusion is, if he really loves me like he claims.

Dear bro. Fuston,
Osinachi is my name but my friends call me O.C. I am a student of Templegate Polytechnic Aba, Abia State.
I have been reading your column and I enjoy how you treat problems associated with relationships.

Dear Bro. Fuston,
I don't know who, or where to run to. It's like the world is collapsing on top of me. The people I so trusted sold me out, and as it is, I have no where to go.

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,
Whatever advice you give to me concerning my issue is what I am going to work with.
I graduated from the University last two years and have been working as a computer operator since one year now.

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.