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They complain of loneliness and their inability to find partners and each cite the opposite sex as the problem. Why are attractive, intelligent and willing 30 somethings struggling to find partners and turning to non Cypriots for solace?

Once upon a time arranged coupling (broxenia) was the norm, where is it now?

And to the women to try and take it as a compliment if a guy approaches you, enjoy the attention and be responsive, smile; it takes a lot of courage for some one to approach.” Matchmaker suggests “go on a second date because the first time there’s nerves.

Times have changed but people are afraid to stray from the norms, they want to be accepted by their community.” Kofterou acknowledges that sex is still a big taboo here.

Although many will indulge in one night stands or a series of dates, “they’ll do it, but they’ll feel guilty about it”.

“There’s quite a lot of anger about this situation from the men which creates a distancing phenomenon, and the woman have this protective front without realising that it’s keeping the men from approaching them. I’m happier to approach foreign women because they’re friendlier.

It’s a convoluted dynamic, which is very dysfunctional,” says psychologist Marianna Kofterou who specialises in marriage, relationships and family therapy. Even if they don’t like you, they’ll talk to you and won’t be rude,” says anonymous Mr X.

And to the women to try and take it as a compliment if a guy approaches you, enjoy the attention and be responsive, smile; it takes a lot of courage for some one to approach.” Matchmaker suggests “go on a second date because the first time there’s nerves.

Times have changed but people are afraid to stray from the norms, they want to be accepted by their community.” Kofterou acknowledges that sex is still a big taboo here.

Although many will indulge in one night stands or a series of dates, “they’ll do it, but they’ll feel guilty about it”.

“There’s quite a lot of anger about this situation from the men which creates a distancing phenomenon, and the woman have this protective front without realising that it’s keeping the men from approaching them. I’m happier to approach foreign women because they’re friendlier.

It’s a convoluted dynamic, which is very dysfunctional,” says psychologist Marianna Kofterou who specialises in marriage, relationships and family therapy. Even if they don’t like you, they’ll talk to you and won’t be rude,” says anonymous Mr X.

Kofterou works in depth with both men and women to help them achieve this.