Draw down the moon dating agency
Column inches in the glossies are given over to attractive, successful single people bemoaning the lack of a suitable mate. And it never ceases to amaze me how many apparent “catches” have trouble finding Mr or Mrs Right.When I rang the LSE, they said they had never heard of such a course.Pressed on how NLP might make them more expert in matchmaking, Ms Guennifa said: ‘I’m not saying it makes us any better.‘I have messed up relationships myself and that wasn’t the fault of the friend who made the introduction.Equally, if I am introduced to my partner by a friend I’m not going to be grateful to her for the rest of my life.’Ms Guennifa said she and other consultants had undertaken a four-month home course with a company whose name she could not recall – ‘it was called Infinite something’ – culminating in two weeks’ study at the London School of Economics, where they sat an examination. Judging by contemporary writing on the subject, there are more single people looking for a soulmate than at any other time in human history.
Even a woman as gorgeous as Lisa Snowdon, attractive enough to have captured the interest of George Clooney, has admitted to being scared that “maybe there’ll be no husband, no baby, no wedding”.Ms Fontaine, who was awarded an MBE in 2007 for her charitable work, is now being chased by a debt-collection agency for outstanding fees.