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In this relationship video Matt Titus and Tamsen Fadal tell you how to get a date.
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Tamsen: Hey everybody, Matt and Tamsen here. Okay, this next question is from a guy who says, “This is a question I’ve ever been asking for.” He says he puts himself out there, he get to overlook a lot. He's confidence, he has a sense of humor but you know what he grow up without a male role model and does not have much dating experience. How can we help him?
Matt: I think that your effort in your desire to be the best you can be is going to take you very far. And I think it’s great that you're getting out there trying to be the best guy that you can. Don’t let your past always affect your future. You’re going to be okay with or without a male role model, it’s something you do on a great job.
Tamsen: Yeah! Absolutely and don’t worry about experience but I will tell this, don’t try too hard with women either because that can be a real downfall. If you're worried that you don’t have a lot of experience so you overcompensate for that—
Matt: Good point! Absolutely!
Tamsen: Women don’t like that, it can be a turn off to them, it’s really turn off.
Matt: Take it slow and be as comfortable as you can possibly be alright, you know, doing things and meeting women. I think you have it in—really you do a good job.
Tamsen: Yeah! And don’t you always have an end goal; just see where things take you. So, that’s a good question. All right, send questions our way, we’re here to answer them about love, dating, sex, relationships, whatever you got, well see what we can do, until next time.