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'I can't get him out of my head...'

Dear Diana,
There was a fellow student in college whom I never spoke to. However, I had feelings for him and thought he had for me. He seemed nice. So when I found him on social media lately, I contacted him. Since then, I've been awed by his sense of humour and his charming way with words. I can't get him out of my head. I am dying to meet him again given he's in the city, but I don't know whether I should. We are both single. He has been replying to me promptly.
— Madhubala

 

Dear Madhubala,
You have got another chance to know him, so what is stopping you now? Both of you are single, so things should be easier. While in college, you did not know him, here is your chance to get to know him. If he has been replying to you on social media, ask him for a cup of coffee. Tell him you want to relive all those college memories. If he agrees, carry it forward from there.

Dear Diana,
I recently broke up with my boyfriend as we would have major fights. He had suggested time off each other for a while, but I preferred calling it quits. Now it has been four months, and there is no contact with him. I miss him and often wonder if what I did was right. What should I do to get him back?
— Rusheena

Dear Rusheena,
You seem to have made a hasty decision and are now regretting it at leisure. In a fit of anger, you decided to part ways. If you want him back in your life, you need to apologise and win him back. Also, avoid flaring up at the drop of hat. There are bound to be differences between you two. This does not mean you just walk out in a fit of rage. Your guy is likely to play difficult and want the upper hand after what you have done. So when you decide to get back, try and work for a healthy relationship.

Diana will solve it!
Write to Diana at diana@mid-day.com, or fax her on 24112009. You can also post letters to Dear Diana, Mid Day, Peninsula Centre, Dr S S Rao Road, opp Mahatma Gandhi Hospital, Parel, Mumbai 400012

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