He's looking for The One, and seeks a woman who, if not instantly available, is easily accessible.I know because I was one of those women who had reached their forties looking so resolutely and contentedly single that no man could ever seriously think I'd be interested.Show your emotions even if that means he'll know you like him. •The Dilemmas of Harriet Carew by Cristina Odone (Harper Perennial), which is based on The Daily Telegraph's Posh but Poor column, is available from Telegraph Books for £6.99 99p P&P.
It makes for sexual frisson, or deliciously bitchy sessions.Because he’s been in the workforce for oh, about four years. But still, I’m a big proponent of life experience and wisdom. So even if this young man’s interest in you is completely pure, even if he wants to have a real relationship with you, you guys are most likely doomed. But presuming he does, if I were you, Carla, I’d probably have some fun. Because he may be a great communicator, mature for his age, and relationship minded, but he’s also, y’know, a BABY. Go in with your eyes open and appreciate the experience for what it is – a dalliance with the youthful exuberance of your past. When they were dragged over to meet him eventually, they wouldn't flirt or flatter him or express any interest at all.And when they left they wouldn't slip him their number unless he asked for it, and even then they might demur.