If you're familiar with YourTango.com you're probably familiar with a very attractive and wise couple named Matt Titus and Tamsen Fadel. (PS: They show up in the bottom corner of A LOT of our videos). At any rate, one of the many things that Matt and Tamsen do is live events. They will be delivering a lesson on dating and let you ask questions of the illustrious MAN PANEL.
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The last two boot camp sessions with Matt Titus and Tamsen Fadal were pretty excellent. They broke down the chase and what to get into when you are on the first date. In addition to dating advice, Matt and Tamsen invited back the Man Panel to answer a few sticky questions. It was good times. Oh and that pesky 90-day rule came back with a vengeance.
Matt Titus and Tamsen Fadal's dating boot camp was lots of laughs and lots of information. They invited Tom Miller to sit in on their man panel to answer frank questions from the ladies in attendance. The dating advice was fast, furious and fun. Here's the recap of the first two installments.
Matt Titus and Tamsen Fadal's famous dating boot camp is back for one more week at Manhattan's Lord & Taylor. The time around the topic is the big date. As always, after Matt and Tamsen go through their program you can get the answers straight from the man panel.
Tamsen Fadal and Matt Titus (co-authors of Why Hasn’t He Called? and Why Hasn’t He Proposed?) are running a four-week dating boot camp this month at Lord & Taylor in Manhattan (424 5th Avenue, 11th Floor). The second installment is Tuesday (June 2nd). Find out what you're doing wrong and what guys think.
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Tamsen Fadal and Matt Titus (co-authors of Why Hasn’t He Called? and Why Hasn’t He Proposed?) are running a four-week dating boot camp this month at Lord & Taylor in Manhattan (424 5th Avenue, 11th Floor). The second installment is tonight (May 26th). Find out what you're doing wrong and what guys think.
Here at YourTango we try to give you the male perspective; in fact, What Guys Think is one of our most popular sections, so we know you're interested in the male mind. In the spirit of decoding dudes, we're giving NYC-based ladies a chance to go straight to the source with the Man Panel, part of Lord & Taylor's Dating Boot Camp
Dating gurus and real-life married couple, Matt Titus and Tamsen Fadal, are hosting a free, month-long dating boot camp in New York City. The first event includes YourTango's own Tomfoolery blogger, Thomas Miller. He joins other men Tuesday night to discuss dating from the male perspective.
I am a warrior. Er, actually, I’m a pilgrim on the way to becoming a warrior. In the recent past, life has been an ongoing search for truth, for self, for some greater purpose to commit myself to. People, jobs, even cities have come and gone, but I have moved forward with the conviction that the route leads toward a life rich with meaning and existential bliss. And now, I am on the warrior’s path. After having found the purpose and the people to devote myself, I will find the courage to fight, even my own worst fears, to keep safe that which I hold dear. If this all sounds like a load of pseudo-spirituality hooey, it ain’t. Not one to buy into the latest new-age fad, I come to these concepts with the most skeptical of eyes. But while reading The Six Archetypes of Love by Dr. Allan Hunter, I couldn’t help but find truth in his theories. And not just because I get to be a Warrior.