She has set up a service helping women to negotiate dating on the internet by working on their profiles, talking through what they’re really looking for and helping them sift the responses.
Having to send a photograph is daunting (I photograph badly).
All the references to “loving relationships and more” do not appeal to me. Do you know of an organisation I can pay to find a matching companion? I am sure you are not the only person who feels the way you do. You are the last person whose letter I am going to answer in this column because my tenure, by my choice, is nearly at an end.
I am told that I have a bubbly personality and am very warm and kind. I will be saying more about this next week when I have a look back, but I want to flag up to readers that I will not be answering any more problems.
You don’t want sex; you are very clear about this, though would you be so clear if you met someone with whom you felt very comfortable, who you trusted and to whom you found yourself attracted?
That depends, I suspect, on your reasons for choosing celibacy.
I don’t know if this is true but people who are lucky enough to find and form partnerships in later life realise how little this matters once they have found someone they love.