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I want to start looking at your problem, Jennifer, by challenging your assumption that most people of your age are lonely.

All the references to “loving relationships and more” do not appeal to me. Do you know of an organisation I can pay to find a matching companion? I am sure you are not the only person who feels the way you do. You are the last person whose letter I am going to answer in this column because my tenure, by my choice, is nearly at an end.

I am told that I have a bubbly personality and am very warm and kind. I will be saying more about this next week when I have a look back, but I want to flag up to readers that I will not be answering any more problems.

And yet this isn’t enough: you want somebody of your own.

This is a fundamental human want, and I see no reason why you can’t find it.

The end of a working life signals a loss of colleagues and team spirit.

The end of a relationship, through divorce or death, is harder to recover from.

“In the meantime, you’re having a good time, you’re making friends, and so being single is not a miserable thing.” Mars v. When it comes to new relationships, men and women often have different experiences.

According to retired psychotherapist Rosemary Lichtman, men who’ve been widowed are more likely to get calls and offers of help around the house.

Children are grown and gone, and it is easy to feel superfluous and unwanted.

The way to survive is to battle these thoughts head on and to reach out and do something.

I am going to be given a sum of £1,500 and want to spend it on finding a companion. I have looked at websites and find them so off-putting.