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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta December 11. 1973 LETHBRIOQE HERALD Doris Clark Retired nurse wants to help youth DEAR Because I am in my six- ties I have had to slow down a bit but I often wish I could do something for our younger generation. I still keep house for my husband and myself. But in my earlier days I used to work as a rehabilitation and I found that peo- ple told me personal problems. The years I gave to nursing have given me much experience in dealing with young and and in between. I am still interested and I look for a more challenging way of perhaps counselling young people in my own home. Would you suggest any books which would bring me up to date in this business of DEAR I am sending suggestions for reading. the correspondence course in Interviewing and or in Under- standing Human offered by the department of continuing education at McMaster University. would help. Write there for details If you find that you are too late for this year's the reading will prepare you for taking it later on. Believe it or there is much to learn before a person in her six- ties can catch up with today's youth. How about a little community effort on a volunteer for a DEAR I met my fiance in the States and came back here to live. I have a room in his mother's house. Lately he took on a job which involv- ed shift work until p.m. at night. Then he started holding drinking parties after work. I don't think this excessive drink- ing is beneficial and I have told him I want him home. He doesn't listen. I am lonely. My fiance doesn't allow me to go out to visit anyone without a third degree afterwards. it is humiliating when everyone says I am under his thumb. He will not listen to my side yet I do love him and he says he loves me. I think he genuinely believes he can get away with all this because he's a and he has made me make all the changes in myself while staying the same in himself. That's That. DEAR THAT'S That is not that at all unless you insist on being walked on. You are lucky that you are not already married to My advice is to pull out. Do you think his kind of love can last you a Do you think your own submissive attitude brings out the real or helps you to the self- expression everybody If you follow my advice which is practically an order I'd 1. Give your landlady notice that you plan to move out. 2. Have a good hunt for a suitable boarding house and move into it within the next two weeks. 3. Become a until you find the church community hobby course or which will begin your introduction to many new friends and ideas in this free country of Canada. Now don't There may be actual bossiness from your so- called fiance. Stand firm. If you don't do it you'll find the worm turning in much more dif- ficult circumstances a few years from now. DEAR In the I just love walking around but my two big toes and that is very embarrassing. How can I prevent a while ago I went to the hospital to have some tests. They inserted a plastic tube in and I bled for a while. I thought I'd lost my but was too embarrassed to ask. Can you only lose your virginity if you have inter- course with a Wondering. DEAR Walking barefoot is good for as long as you avoid sharp objects. But the question about crack- ing toes is one to ask your doctor. my you have not lost your virginity. The Ox- ford dictionary defines virginity as ex- perience of sexual inter- never yet used.'' never be afraid to ask your doctor what is-happening. DEAR I am plagued by a great fear of loneliness. I see my life as working and coming home to a lonely room. I have a fear that I'll meet someone to then he'll leave me and I'll be used and no one will care I crave es- pecially from my family. When I get it I reject it. When I feel ignored I simp- ly back at by not seeing not not going out. THE ONLY ONE CONVENIENCE STORE PURPLE SPRINGS OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK I cannot cope with aggressive people who are pushy or talk a lot. I let people run all over me but never say anything in case they re- ject me. I just let it all build up inside. It is funny but I didn't seem to have any of these feelings when I was work- ing overseas for two years. Feeling Hard Done By. DEAR Don't sell yourself short. Don't expect to go over with everybody. You have proved you can risk yourself a lot in the overseas experience now you need to try risking yourself again and again. Some sessions with a trained counsellor or psy- chiatrist could help you to work through more fully some of those negative feelings. You show insight. You know what works. Now take one brave step do something good for someone in your and start believing in their love. Address all questions to Doris 66 Rosedene Ont. CONSIGN 23rd ANNUAL LETHBRIDGE SPRING BULL SALE APRIL 3 S 1974 EXHIBITION ALBERTA Entries close January For entry contact Southern Alberta Cattle Breeders Assn.. 3401-6 Avenue South. Alberta Phone 328-4491 From all of us at... 2810 5th Avenue North Lethbridge Phone 328-6667 Lee Cochrane ;