Friday, Oct. 19: 7-9pm MODA 234 W. 27th St. between 7th & 8th Aves. $35 open bar & heavy hors d'oeuvres
Sat, Oct. 20: 10am-4:30pm Yotel 570 Tenth Ave @ 42nd St.
Sun, Oct. 21: 11am-2pm FOUR at Yotel 570 Tenth Ave. @ 42nd St. $65
What pros at media outlets like Glamour, CNN & HuffPost said about our sneak preview:
In How to Love an American Man we learned if we're craving love from a partner who will adore the person we are and honor all we're capable of, we need to grow fully aware of that in ourselves first.
Females are catching up to men at work...and with our rising dominance in society, relationship dynamics are shifting big-time. This is painfully evident to many of the 60 million single women in the US, but based on my research and interactions with my readers, many women--single and committed--are struggling more than any generation before us for fulfillment in love. As readers of How to Love an American Man witnessed, if a woman seeks a mate who adores who she is and participates in her potential, she an awareness of those in herself. Securing a partnership that's healthy and thrilling can be a simple matter of framing our self-perception more accurately.
That's why on Sat., Oct. 20 in NYC, I'll present
Identity & Intimacy:
A Weekend Quest Accessing Your Inherent Beauty, Heart & Lovability.
Join me, author Kristine Gasbarre, and my panel of thinkers on male-female dynamics, self-image & self-actualization, and how to respond to our culture's growing demands for people who want to find love. Keynote by renowned psychotherapist Ken Page, LCSW, whose "gift theory" has been featured in Cosmo, O: The Oprah Magazine, The New York Times, Match.com, WebMD, the Discovery Channel, and his column, "Finding Love," on PsychologyToday.com.
I can't wait to see you at identity&intimacy.