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Focus on available, straight men in that age group, and the pool of prospects shrinks dramatically. ” Anna, a 35-year-old freelance illustrator from Spain, can’t count her experiences with ‘taken’ guys. “She’s out of the picture, they haven’t talked in years, but her stuff is still in his flat.“I asked a friend of mine if he had any friends in Berlin he could set me up with, so he scrolled through his phone contacts,” remembers Sarah, an American musician in her late twenties. “I had this one guy who still lived with his wife although they were separated – for the kids, he said. That’s the thing with guys here, especially Germans.
As a couple, you can upgrade to a better flat, share expenses... Everything is already so easy; who needs to get a partner? It would have to be a very special person, maybe a once-in-a-lifetime thing if at all.” In 12 years in Berlin, she hasn’t crossed his path.“They might love you in their own way, but their notion of commitment is really fuzzy...It might involve going for a three-month trip to South America – and you’re not invited.Maybe I have to change and accept it won’t happen and enjoy my life as it is with my friends...
and sporadic relationships,” she adds, somehow unconvincingly. “Of course deep down, I wouldn’t say no to true love! Dot would tell her she’s looking for love in the wrong places: “Ask, listen and learn.
And meeting your parents is just too much of a drag. ” Silke, a tall, beautiful 38-year-old Berliner architect, says she decided to leave her infatuation for creative types behind. “For most of them, a relationship is too much work.