SASKATOONEXPRESS - February 20-26, 2017 - Page 10
GET YOUR DUCKS IN A ROW FIRST
Dear Lianne, I’m a 49 year old gay man. I so want a partner. My mortgage is due for renewal soon and I’m unclear as to what I should do. I am unsure if I should sell my home and move into an apartment or renew my mortgage hoping that a new partner will move in with
me and share the expenses. I don’t really live in the best neighbourhood but my home is nice. I also have the option of moving back in with my ex. I’m really torn and unsure which direction to go in. As an experienced matchmaker what would you suggest? Phil
Dear Phil, One of the keys to any successful relationship is wanting a relationship rather than needing a relationship. You seem to be putting a lot of pressure on yourself to not only find a partner but to also find a man who can help you financially. Both of these urgencies are not conducive to finding a loving, healthy relationship. Moving in with your ex
would lead to a dating nightmare. Have you considered exploring your mortgage options with your lender where perhaps you were not locked into a long term or finding out what your penalty would be if you sold your home somewhere done the line before your new mortgage expired? I would say, get your ducks in a row and have a feeling of contentment rather than needing to be rescued.
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Willow Slobodzian loved hockey “right from the start” Darren Steinke Saskatoon Express amily is never far from Willow Slobodzian’s mind when she hits the ice to play hockey. The star offensive defender and captain for the Saskatoon Stars female midget AAA hockey team has been coached by her father, Greg, for most of her life. That includes Greg coaching Willow with the Stars since both came on board at the start of the 2014-15 campaign. Growing up in a hockey family, Willow looked up to her brother Adam, who is 10 years her elder. Adam played junior A hockey in Lloydminster, but he had to end his career early after sustaining too many concussions. Willow always tries to sport his number. “I wear No. 20 because of him, so I always feel like I have part of him with me, when I am on the ice,” said Willow. “When he comes to games, it just makes my day. I am always looking for him in the stands.” The family attachment comes from shinny sessions outside the Slobodzian home, which are some of Willow’s earliest hockey memories. “I was on the outdoor rink at my house ever since I could pretty much walk,” said Willow. “My dad got me in skates, and I just kind of progressed from there. “I found a love for the game really early. It came easy to me, so I think I liked it, because I was such a great skater. My dad was a good coach, and he always pushed me.” Willow’s love for the game was something that Greg could definitely see, even during bonding time away from the rink. (Continued on page 11)
Willow Slobodzian is captain of the Saskatoon Stars female midget AAA team. (Photo by Darren Steinke)
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