You say you are prepared to spend money on this search.
People who go to the well-established introduction agencies are not looking for a celibate relationship and these agencies have very little to offer women of your age, which is why they won’t take you on. I think it would help you to have a coach or guide like Paula Rosdol, an American businesswoman with extensive experience of internet dating.
I am sorry to withdraw my services, but please don’t write in after today.
Unless, of course, anything I have said over the past few years has helped you, in which case I would be very happy to hear from you.
The question I have, though, is why she doesn’t want a sexual relationship.
If it is due to intimacy issues, any form of relationship beyond a casual friendship may be challenging.
The end of a working life signals a loss of colleagues and team spirit.
That depends, I suspect, on your reasons for choosing celibacy.I want to start looking at your problem, Jennifer, by challenging your assumption that most people of your age are lonely.Some people are lonely, I do agree, and it is a downside of ageing that there is shrinkage and loss.By cutting off this possibility at the start, you are trying to exercise total control and deny the relationship any spontaneity or surprise.There are other people like you out there, that’s for sure.