Fed up single woman advertises job for a ‘Love PA’ to help her find a boyfriend

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She was joined by three unfamiliar women - all attractive, well groomed, in their mids. From their whispered chat, she quickly realised they weren't there to hear about politics and economics but to meet her eligible man. Naomi explains: ''He's 36 years old and is definitely someone who falls into the alpha-male category: excellent job in finance, PhD, high income, six feet two, sporty and very handsome. And he's an utter sweetheart. She has been in a relationship with her fiance for six years. Her new companions were very friendly and chatted to her during the break. But then her partner, who had been socialising at the front of the room, made eye contact with Naomi and smiled.

The Observer Online dating Online dating leaves middle-aged women in 'single wilderness' Definite women in their 40s and 50s are increasingly feeling that their adoration lives are over as men their own age use online dating en route for cherry-pick younger models. But when did confidence and sexual maturity become accordingly unattractive? Susan Broom, 48, says she has given up on online dating because men her age wouldn't acquaintance her. Photograph: Katherine Rose For The Observer Susan Broom, 48, says she has given up on online dating because men her age wouldn't acquaintance her. A survey this month bring into being eight out of 10 women above 50 think they have become concealed to men. Seven out of 10 women in the study felt overlooked by the fashion industry, while three-quarters of women in their 60s believed they had lost their identity as a result of being labelled as a mum.

The Observer Women Why are increasing numbers of women choosing to be single? Never marrying or taking a continuing partner is a valid choice. I was spending the evening with a group of friends and, halfway all the way through, Kate said she needed a dress up. We ducked into a bedroom, anywhere she looked at me so solemnly that I ransacked my brain designed for anything I could possibly have done wrong in the past half-hour. The seriousness of her announcement made me giggle out loud. Plus, the accepted wisdom of my little sister being a mum was innately funny. I was — am — still single.