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Of course, there were nice, normal guys around, too — lurking shyly among the noisy groups of finance workers and other high earners.
One in particular, Michael, fell for me when I was 37 and wanted to commit.
I've swapped my London flat for a house on the Dorset coast and my high-adrenaline career for writing books, coaching women and growing tomatoes. It finally dawned on me that my full-on life was stopping me from having a healthy relationship with myself, never mind with a man.
I was drawn to commitment-phobes because I was terrified of commitment myself.
Perhaps you are poly, bi, open minded, but perhaps you are solo too. I’d prefer a guy 25-45, who is adventurous and fun.
I consoled myself with the lyrics of Michael Bublé's song Haven't Met You Yet and got back to work.It was 2008 and I had just returned from a reporting trip to Asia with then prime minister Gordon Brown.I had worked through the night and hadn't slept at all on the plane. My colleagues, mostly men, had been keen to get back to their families. I had a job title — political correspondent for Reuters — that made strangers say: 'Wow!We'd met at a party and dated for a couple of months — meeting at weekends, because he lived outside London.Then, one morning, my feelings flipped like a switch.
When I was 38, I met a man called Tom on an adventure weekend for singles — by then, I was actively seeking a partner, although without much success. Two years later, I met the man who is now my fiance, Bill — and instantly put him, too, in the 'not good enough' category. This time, we kissed — but, a few days later, I told him it could go no further.