I’d tell her that she doesn’t need a rich man. What she needs is a good man. He could be a postal worker, a cook, or even a janitor. Don’t put restrictions on true love. Let it progress like a violent storm. I’d tell him to respect that woman fully. Never put his hands on her and walk away, even if it hurts his pride. That’s one of the hallmarks of a good man. Why let “Boyz II Men – Doin’ Just Fine” become an awful and sorrowful reminder just how painful love can be.
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