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The art of flirting

Beth Kerr was feeling old and tired, but then a friend suggested she see a flirtation expert. This is what happened…

Sarah, my best friend and I are driving from opposite sides of the country to meet for our annual spa weekend.

I am exhausted after a prolonged period of stress at work. Lying on the hard, single bed by the swimming pool,

I feel podgy and wrinkled next to my voluptuous friend who is a vision of loveliness. Yes, she looks great, but it is the mischievous glint in her eye that makes you want to join her gang.

Sarah has rediscovered her va-va voom. Divorced 18 months previously, she is now dating a man 10 years her junior, is doing daily yoga and looks like someone is sprinkling fairy dust on her porridge every morning. I’m also divorced and have dated sporadically, but recently have started to feel invisible.

So, what is her secret? ‘I’ve been working with a flirting expert and have been learning how to flirt with life’, she tells me. I watch in awe as she lights up every room that she walks into. She has indeed learned to flirt – but not just with men – with everyone she comes into contact with – the waitress at lunch, the toddler on the beach, even a random dog we meet on our afternoon walk. She is like a magnetic whirlwind.

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