What’s the best love advice you’ve received?
Question of the month The GLAMOUR team responds.
Deputy Editor and Beauty Director Michelle Brownlee Smith firstname.lastname@example.org … It’s advice I now also give: it should be easy. No games, no drama, just love.
Megan Playton email@example.com … To quote Carrie bradshaw, “Refuse to settle for anything less than butter ies.”
Ziyaad Bassier firstname.lastname@example.org … 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 email@example.com … Don’t date British fashion photographers!
Karen Tennent firstname.lastname@example.org … Never trust a man who doesn’t like cats.
Special Projects and Events Manager Sarah Tuft email@example.com … No matter what love advice I get, I don’t take it!
Zulpha Meyers firstname.lastname@example.org … My father always used to say, “Be yourself, maintain your ways and grow together.”
Sam O’dowd email@example.com … Learn to love yourself before you love another person.
Nandi Ndlovu firstname.lastname@example.org … Always tell someone how you feel about them before it’s too late.
Editorial Executive Eva-maria Shuman (JHB) email@example.com … “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 firstname.lastname@example.org … You have to decide to love someone; it’s not something that just happens.
Promotions Assistant Lauren Williams email@example.com … Love sometimes happens when you least expect it, which means that patience is required.