This isn't entirely wrong

Dating advice columnists

The rest of us must settle for the best we can get. This isn't entirely wrong.

Users can post questions for columnists to answer. An agony aunt whose own personal problems and issues are more bizarre than those of her correspondents. He says he will commit suicide if he loses me.

The one who loves me dearly. Both are lovely men, but feel more spiritually attached to my ex. Users can also interact with the columnist and with each other to voice their opinions. We are close and even told each other that we loved each other and we both really mean it. Mills deliberately gives terrible advice to her clients, and is a satire of an agony aunt.

Anyone can be a columnist and create their own advice column. All the guys I know say to leave him and that he is a jerk. At the start, they largely agreed who came out on top, but three months in, the consensus had vanished.

Anna Raeburn herself

Anna Raeburn herself works as an agony aunt on radio call-in shows, much as the main character of the sitcom does. They could potentially be criticised for raising the hopes of their correspondents for commercial gain.

They could potentially be

Dan Savage uses this method to comic effect in his Savage Love column. All you need is for others to have the patience to get to know you, and a more level playing field should follow. From my mail I do know that Internet romances are fickle and fall apart easily.

If you are involved with someone who no one can stand, then you are blind. If he is threatening suicide tell your parents and have them call the police and explain his threats. Slump dispenses advice on one occasion, it is lethal under the name Guru Brahmin.