In the UK we live in a society which insists that all that matters is education and economic output, while the value of 'true love', which comes to us all in our teens, is widely denied. As a result, we are left with a 'broken' society, where 50% of relationships fail and where personal greed seems the only force which motivates most people's lives. Sadly, the age of romantic love has been replaced by a spiritual desert, where few people talk about love and most of the talk is instead about money and sex and how to improve one's 'status' in society - a fanciful notion which presupposes that there will always be others who by comparison are deemed to be less 'successful' in life! I know little about sex education in schools, but I do know that the burden for change rests with our teachers and parents, who should give all the support that they can when they see our young falling in love - the most beautiful and most inspiring feeling known to man and one which would last a lifetime if given the chance. Contrary to all I was taught in school, my aim is just to be happy, which surely should be the same for us all.