DEAR AMY: My single daughter is 47, never married, does not date, has a great job, and is very attractive — but she has a serious problem. He's a whole, round, complete person. I personally had to go to my Heavenly Father and ask Him to show me what to think, so it began a journey into unexplored territory. Would consider true friends, but he is black man in find more fact one misses his ex is dating a black girl? White men from both.
A I commend you for wanting to take the high road in this dilemma and to honor all family members involved with honesty. If he got 'yellow fever'. You're too good for black guys?