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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 6, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Pedal and puff Dr. John Miner pedals a stationary bicycle while John Kidner and Mary-Jane Tropeu look on during one of a number of strenuous fitness tests for dentists in On- Ilia ,Ont. Dentists from across Ontario took part in the recent evaluation program, sponsored by the YMCA, which is a part of a larger program being carried out to guage fitness of professional groups. ___________ Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: I am 20, in my third year of college and have come to the point where I must ad- mit to myself that I always fall in love with men who hurt me most. I don't consider myself promiscuous. I just find ft difficult to feel secure in a relationship without sex. Since'the age of 15 I have had ten affairs. They have become less and less satis- fying. Almost always, my lovers grow tired of me and I end up begging them to take me back. Some try to avoid me. Others nave con- ned me into having sex with no strings attached. I must admit I don't have a single friend who is not using me. I keep resolving that next time it will be dif- ferent that I wont say yes to sex until I have estab- lished solid friendship. But the fear of loneliness and re- jection keeps fouling me up. I am too embarrassed to dis- cuss this face to face with a counsellor. Thank you for any help you can provide, Ann. Desperate In Ocean- side DEAR D.: The way you set yourself up for punishment, your stated fears of loneli- ness and rejection, the in- ability to believe tiat a per- son could Mke you for your- self and not for your body-- tMs all adds up to a girl who needs therapy. You say you are too embarrassed to tns- css the matter face to face. Why? Do you believe the ther- apist wffl flank less of you than the men you fan into bed with on a first date? I urge von to get counselling be- fore you find yourself at the bottom of a depression you can't crawl out of. DEAR ANN LANDERS: Is it possible that a couple who have been married for 17 years can run out of con- versation? My husband never was what you'd call a baU