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Winning championships, solving your love problems

Posted by Meredith Goldstein  February 16, 2009 01:23 PM

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Call me lazy, but I believe I deserve a break. That's why I've asked a few members of the Celtics to help me answer some of your love letters. During the next few weeks, I'll be collecting and answering as many love letters as possible. I'll choose three of the best letters to take to the team for a second opinion.

What qualifies these guys to give love advice? They shoot. They score. Trust me -- they know.

At the very least, their advice will be amusing.

-- Meredith

Submit your 300-word letters here. To read other people's letters, click here and scroll down.

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3 comments so far...
  1. Dear Big Baby,
    My man sometimes says mean things to me, which makes me break down and cry in public. Should I get out of this relationship, or do I put up with it because of my low self-esteem?

    Posted by Shayla February 16, 09 03:43 PM
  1. Dear Brian,
    I feel pretty useless at work, as everyone is much more talented than me. Is it possible or even healthy to have an elevated self-esteem, when in reality I am dead weight?

    Posted by Bob February 16, 09 03:46 PM
  1. Both of you folks need to work on yourselves before pursuing other people or goals. Everything starts from within.

    Posted by DI$CO February 17, 09 12:35 PM
 
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Meredith Goldstein is a Boston Globe columnist who follows relationship trends and entertainment. She offers daily advice on Love Letters — and welcomes your comments. Meredith is also the author of "The Singles," a novel about complicated relationships. Follow Meredith at www.meredithgoldstein.netand on Twitter. Love Letters can be found in the print edition of The Boston Globe every Saturday in the G section.

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