Assume you aren’t going to get physical, since that is how you feel right now, and that attitude will make you feel safe.
Her approach, based on marketing techniques gleaned from years working in big corporations, isn't romantic, but she's convinced it works.
''You've got to look at yourself as a product," she says, tucking one impeccably smooth leg under the other.
"It's all about giving hope to women who feel they're on the scrap heap." With this in mind, one-to-one sessions are set up in the tea rooms of the capital's top hotels.
Current clients – all female – include parole officers, psychotherapists and investment bankers (age range 30-70), who seek her advice on everything from how to spice up their internet profile to how to behave on a first date.
I’m sure it is hard to imagine, but I’ve seen it a thousand times in newly separated men and women. If and when that happens is dependent on the situation, the two people, and honestly, the stars.