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Dear Wilhemina

Prospect's agony aunt responds to readers' problems

By Wilhemina   November 2009

HE’S TURNING INTO ALAN PARTRIDGE Dear Wilhemina My partner and I met ten years ago when we were both in our late twenties. He was fun, urban and edgy. We were both interested in music, design and art. Our life wasn’t a constant party but we enjoyed our freedom. Now he wants to get married (I don’t), have children (I don’t) and move to the country (I really, really don’t). He spends more time thinking about property prices and DIYing than listening to music or discussing art or politics. I feel I’m living with Alan Partridge’s dad. Do you think…

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