Failed dating sites
asked me, as a mature woman, if I would like to check out some dating agencies.
I may be single, but I’m very comfortable on my own.
I’ve been married, and enjoyed a long relationship since my divorce in 2003.
I have fabulous friends, work I love and, recently, a house to renovate. But if I’m really honest, this time of year leading up to Christmas can make me feel lonely.
Then, there’s my birthday, bank holidays and all of August.
She shows me folders of testimonials, and I am allowed to choose my prospective date myself.There are a few pre-selected CVs (with photos) to peruse, too.My selection includes a banker, a doctor – and a bike-racer. He strikes me as much younger than his 66 years, boasts dark good looks and the hours we spend together over brunch fly by.“Websites do work,” she tells me, “but an introduction service takes all the hassle out of it and ensures that anyone you meet is at least likely to be compatible.” Mary introduces me to Kate, a psychologist who quizzes me on my previous relationships.She tells me to keep an “open mind” and promises to be in touch after she has discussed my profile with her colleagues.
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All the agencies I saw regulate the process carefully: I had to sign confidentiality agreements, show ID and wait while they ran checks.