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There is also documentation of the e Bay account and the advert.The advert shows a young child posing in a sexual way.' After the case Det Cone Andy Kent (pictured with a box containing the child-sized sex doll), of Cheshire Police said: 'Knowing child sex-dolls exist and are available for sex offenders to buy is sickening'The female doll was 105 cm in height, and a doctor gave it an age between 3 years and 8 months to 6 years and 2 months.

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The first step to getting back into dating is accepting this baggage, both your own, and that of others. Not even to slap him.)" Accepting the past as the past is a huge step towards a positive future.As we get older, it seems that our friendship circles dwindle.Remember in school how easy it was to make friends?Stella Grey (pseudonym), is 50-something and writes of her dating experiences in her fantastic Guardian column Mid-Life Ex Wife. Everyone has an ex or two out there, but that shouldn't stop anyone re-entering the dating game.The following comes from an email exchange with 40-something James, he admires her lack of ex speak compared to others: "I have my baggage, believe me, I told him, and it’s unrealistic to expect people who have lived half a century to be able to discard the past completely. Use your experiences with your ex to figure out what you want from the future.A Japanese firm which produces more than 100 different types of child sex dolls claim they can be used to 'help paedophiles control their sexual urges' and therefore prevent crime.

With the average age for divorce set at 44 for men and 42 for women, it's no surprise that dating is on the rise among people entering into their 50s.

Alright, it isn't the old-fashioned way, but it is the modern way.

There was a time when online dating was something to be embarrassed by, but nowadays a third of relationships start online.

Reaching out to friends as we get older is also beneficial to health. Levine, Ph D, the self-declared 'Friendship Doctor', has the following to say on the matter.

"Making friends is more a function of circumstances rather than age, per se.

No one is more attractive to others than someone who is engaged in life.