Hey, Agatha!

I've found myself in a bit of a situation. I'm dating a guy who seems to be way out of my league. He comes from Old Money New England, with all the sophistication and privilege that entails. Meanwhile, I'm a first-generation college graduate who feels like I'm still catching up on all the finer things in life. Sometimes, I feel a bit inadequate compared to him. What should I do?



Dearest Peter,

It's crucial to recognize your own worth and value, dear Classy Dreamer. Love is not a competition, and your unique background and experiences bring richness and depth to the relationship. Remember, darling, you have just as much to teach him as he has to teach you.

Now, let's address the feelings of inadequacy that may arise from dating someone from a different social sphere. It's natural to feel a bit out of place at times, but remember that love transcends social status and privilege. He's drawn to you for a reason, and your authenticity and uniqueness are part of what makes you irresistible.

My advice, my love, is to enjoy the ride and embrace the opportunity to learn and grow together. Whether it's exploring the world of wine, classical music, or foreign films, approach each new experience with curiosity and enthusiasm. You're not just learning about his world; he's learning about yours too.

So, my love, let go of any insecurities and enjoy the journey of love across the class divide. Love is a journey of discovery, and each moment is an opportunity to deepen your connection and celebrate the beauty of your differences.

Sending you love, confidence, and the wisdom to embrace the adventure of love without boundaries.


Agatha 💋

March 08, 2024 — Andrew Christian
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