What’s the best love ad­vice you’ve re­ceived?

Ques­tion of the month The GLAM­OUR team re­sponds.

Glamour (South Africa) - - Glamour Ed’s Letter -

Deputy Ed­i­tor and Beauty Di­rec­tor Michelle Brown­lee Smith michelleb@con­de­nast.co.za … It’s ad­vice I now also give: it should be easy. No games, no drama, just love.

Me­gan Play­ton me­gan@con­de­nast.co.za … To quote Car­rie brad­shaw, “Refuse to set­tle for any­thing less than but­ter ies.”

Ziyaad Bassier ziyaad@con­de­nast.co.za … From au­thor El­iz­a­beth Gil­bert: “Treat your­self well on your own, and you’ll blos­som into the per­son who at­tracts a part­ner who treats you equally well.”

Chrisna de Bruyn chrisna@con­de­nast.co.za … Don’t date Bri­tish fash­ion pho­tog­ra­phers!

Karen Ten­nent kar­ent@con­de­nast.co.za … Never trust a man who doesn’t like cats.

Spe­cial Projects and Events Man­ager Sarah Tuft saraht@con­de­nast.co.za … No mat­ter what love ad­vice I get, I don’t take it!

Zul­pha Mey­ers zul­pha@con­de­nast.co.za … My fa­ther al­ways used to say, “Be your­self, main­tain your ways and grow to­gether.”

Sam O’dowd sam@con­de­nast.co.za … Learn to love your­self be­fore you love another per­son.

Nandi Ndlovu nandi@con­de­nast.co.za … Al­ways tell some­one how you feel about them be­fore it’s too late.

Edi­to­rial Ex­ec­u­tive Eva-maria Shu­man (JHB) eva@con­de­nast.co.za … “Only fools rush in.” Thanks, UB40! Se­nior Syn­di­ca­tion and Edi­to­rial Ex­ec­u­tive Les­ley Mathys les­ley@ con­de­nast.co.za … If there’s a bit of doubt, don’t do it – funny and true.

Yolisa Mjamba yolisa@con­de­nast.co.za … You have to de­cide to love some­one; it’s not some­thing that just hap­pens.

Pro­mo­tions As­sis­tant Lau­ren Wil­liams pro­mo­tions@con­de­nast.co.za … Love some­times hap­pens when you least ex­pect it, which means that pa­tience is re­quired.

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