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How do you find a good ’un?

Following her divorce, Katrine Boskoffstarted dating, only to discover she was repeating old patterns. She turns to the experts to help her break from the past

Honestly, I have lost all faith in my ability to pick a good man. Six years after my divorce, I have dipped in and out of the dating scene and it has not gone very well. The sane, solvent, savvy men I date all transform into needy chaps who want to be rescued as soon as I fall for them. There was the charismatic American who turned out to be an alcoholic with mummy issues; a man who confessed bankruptcy and suggested moving into my house after a month; and a university lecturer, who, after a truly lovestruck start, began to say things like, ‘I don’t know who I am any more,’ the moment I bravely told him that I really liked him.

Is it me? ‘Yes, it is you,’ said my bossy best friend. ‘The only thing that these relationships have in common is you.’ I need professional guidance...

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