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We asked fans of our agony aunt Dear Thelma to pose some serious questions about who she is, what she does and how she manages. Here are her comebacks!
Dear Thelma: "I've written to you before in 2013... and since then, nothing has changed. I’m 23 now and feel more frustrated than ever."
This week's Dear Thelma: A 60-year-old man’s fling with masseuse leaves him hankering for more.
Back in 1986, The Sunday Star began an advice column in its lifestyle pullout and called it “Tell It To Thelma” – offering tips for all your relationship problems! Thelma promised to pull no punches as she began each of her missives with “Thelma Says ...”.
Her long-term relationship is falling apart. It started with him cheating on her and now she is just bored with the relationship. What should she do next?
She struggles to cope with life, six months after she learning that her boyfriend died suddenly in an accident.
He promised to stop when we got married, but he has gone back many times. Now he is telling women that he is separated and has also moved to porn sites.
She feels that the only way to get attention is from online chats with younger men and boys. But these cyber relationships may cause her more problems.
She cheated on her boyfriend and left him heartbroken, but she takes responsibility for her action and wants to rekindle their relationship.
Unlike many severely debilitating mental illnesses, a diagnosis of depression or anxiety is not a lifelong one. There are steps that one can take to reduce symptoms.