Tamsen Fadal Media: Podcasts, articles, TV appearances, and writing
Tamsen Fadal Media: Podcasts, articles, TV appearances, and writing
Tamsen discusses being a leading voice for women to re-think their attitudes toward aging, and how to make aging a new phase of life--and not something to dread.
Vanessa Coppes, is joined by TV Journalist + Author, Tamsen Fadal. On this episode Tamsen talks about menopause advocacy, marriage over the age of 50, + empowering women everywhere!
Tamsen shares how she channeled the shame from going through a public divorce into becoming a best-selling author, helping countless women fall in love with themselves, how living long enough to experience menopause is a gift, and how outliving her late mother is sparking new resolve
What is it like to be a 50-year-old woman on television? What are the different societal expectations for men and women when it comes to aging? Tamsen Fadal joins David Stewart on the SuperAge podcast to discuss these questions.
Tamsen talks about balancing her balancing career and health. Tamsen and host Julie Gordon White discuss facing turning 50 head-on and reinventing and pivoting in midlife.
Thrown a major midlife curveball with a painful, public divorce—Tamsen rekindled her sense of self and has powerful, do-able advice for facing big life changes with confidence. If you need new tools for whatever life throws at you, this show is for you!
How can your business benefit from storytelling? What makes a good story? In this episode of the Maven's of Marketing, Tamsen sits down with hosts Kerry Barret and Rachel Durkan to discuss how storytelling builds trust with your audience.
Ready to live more boldy? Emmy-winning journalist Tamsen Fadal opens up about midlife, menopause, and making the most of your next act. Tamsen spoke about how she learned to stop letting fear get in the way and how to rewrite the midlife playbook.
Learn how a love for storytelling led to exciting opportunities and accomplishments for TV journalist Tamsen Fadal. Along the way, graceful navigation of the twists, failures, and heartbreaks left her with bullet-proof advice on how to always be ready.
At 41, Tamsen was suddenly single; she didn’t know what to do. After a few hard years, Tamsen came through it and shares all the lessons she learned for surviving, thriving, living, and loving as one of a growing group of women, which she calls The New Single.
In this episode of Rebecca Zung’s hit podcast, Tamsen shares how to pivot and figure out what the next chapter of your life looks like in business, relationships, financially, spiritually or whatever you may want to design? Tamsen has got some killer thoughts for you.
We do a deep dive into the valuable tips she shares in her most recent book: “The New Single: Finding, Fixing and Falling Back In Love With Yourself After a Break-up or Divorce.” It is a motivational roadmap to rediscovering your power and living your best life.
Tamsen Fadal, primetime anchor for PIX11 News in New York and author of The New Single: Finding, Fixing, and Falling Back in Love with Yourself provides insight into emerging from major life changes with grace, confidence, and an eye toward self-care, plus a focus in increased awareness that helps women avoid repeating toxic relationship patterns that hold them back.
Today’s Forever FAB Podcast features PIX11 news anchor and 11 time Emmy award winner Tamsen Fadal! Dr. Shirley and Tamsen discuss early influences, leadership and empowerment. Tamsen speaks about mentors and her inspiration to write books and teach others what she learned! A great way to kick off the week of International Women's Day!
“New Year. New You.” gets thrown around a lot in the beginning of every year. But what if it is time for a new you? Or a big career change? As intimidating as that sounds. Reinventing yourself is possible.
Half of all marriages end in divorce. Money is often a big factor. And, if it’s not the motivating factor when you get divorced, you have a financial wake up call. Tamsen shares her story and what she did when she found herself in $100K in debt following a very public divorce.
Tamsen appears on this podcast to discuss how she managed maintaining a public image while going through a divorce, and gives advice on how to move through earth shattering changes in life. Her book, The New Single helps you fall back in love with yourself.
Naomi Watts Says She Was in Perimenopause at 36 as She Was Trying to Have Children: 'I Was So Alone'
Perimenopause "is a road that no one else should have to walk through alone again without a community, because without proper care taken you are going to turn in on yourself," Watts said.
“A few years ago, I was leading the10 pm newscast when out of nowhere,I was drenched and could hear my heartbeat in my ears. Minutes later, I was lying on the cold tile floor of the bathroom surrounded by several confused coworkers.” —Tamsen Fadal, 51, Emmy-winning NYC news anchor
Fadal just joined TikTok in February and had no idea where it would take her, but then she hit over a million views with an early video. Rather than covering menopause, she soon found herself living the story, speaking openly about everything from her fears to her symptoms to going through a divorce.
Short, vertical videos have taken social media by storm. And, while some people assume TikTok and Instagram Reels are a “young person’s game”, plenty of 50+ adults are proving them wrong. Here’s just a handful of the women using their platforms to share aging wisdom, humor, beauty tips and lifestyle advice.
After a doctor wanted her on antidepressants, months later tests revealed that Fadal went into menopause at that time (she was 48). In the patient portal, her doctor’s comment read: “In menopause. Any questions…”
Let's smash the taboo with Tamsen Fadal. Tamsen Fadal is an evening news anchor at WPIX-TV, a wife, mom of two, author, and podcast host. Her career is shaped by her commitment to make a difference in the lives of other women.
Parade - Television Personality and Former Matchmaker Tamsen Fadal Shares Life Lessons After Divorce
Tamsen is profiled in Parade about writing The New Single after her divorce and how to find your identity again after big life changes.
If you read our Top 40 Over 40 article, you know that age is just a number – and for this group of powerhouse women taking over TikTok’s 50-plus scene, it’s a number to be proud of. With niche content across everything from health and wellness to fashion and beauty, these women are paving the way for radical self-acceptance.
In Newswhistle’s weekly question-and-answer series, Clara Morgan speaks with some of the world’s top influencers and finds out more about their lives and careers. Tamsen sits down with Clara to discuss confidently and gracefully emerging from life changes in style.
Tamsen’s book The New Single goes beyond relationships, with tips on managing careers and finances as well. The book is broken into 90-day guidelines, offering advice on cyberdating, dieting and accepting your former spouse, among other topics.
Tamsen’s article on true friendship and how it’s a rare and precious commodity, and the wisdom of her mother’s words: It is not the quantity of the people in your life; it is the quality and depth of your bond with them and theirs with you.
Tamsen’s book The New Single is featured in this article as part confessional and part manual with tips for women reclaiming their identities after break ups or divorces.
Tamsen is interviewed in a Q&A about new starts in life, major changes, and her father’s biggest piece of advice: It’s better to be alone than lonely with someone.
Tamsen is featured in Ad Week discussing how devastating a bad separation can be, but how it’s always possible to rise up and fall in love with yourself again.
Tamsen is featured in The Orlando Sentinel about The New Single, showing people they are not alone, and that it’s possible to find confidence once again.
Downtown Magazine NY - PIX11 News’ Tamsen Fadal on hosting “Broadway Profiles,” living in New York & more
Tamsen appears in Downtown Magazine to discuss her books, Broadway, staying organized and focused on her goals, and her charity work.
Tamsen is profiled in Style Diary about her fashion dos and don’ts, where she draws inspiration from, and how she expresses herself through her style.
When Tamsen Fadal got divorced in 2012, she felt like she had hit rock bottom. From the outside looking in, the Emmy Award winner appeared to be on top of the world, as a successful news anchor in New York and the host and executive producer of "Broadway Profiles" on the Broadway Channel. Behind the scenes, though, her marriage had ended and she was picking up the pieces.
As the morning anchor for PIX 11 News since 2008 — her shift is 4 a.m. to 6 a.m. — Fadal tries to get to bed by 8:30 p.m., but it’s usually closer to 10 p.m. She’s awake at 2:15 a.m. and out the door 15 minutes later.
Tamsen’s The New Single is reviewed by Vidya Sury and is touted as a book that “celebrates being single and emphasizes why self-love is so important.”
Tamsen appears on the Hallmark Channel’s special with her father, Jim Fadal to discuss The New Single and the piece of advice he gave her that she carries with her even today.
Tamsen appears on The Talk and gives viewers tips on how to get back out on the dating scene and how to avoid repeating the same mistakes all over again in the next relationship.
Celebrity Chef Sandra Lee talks about her new documentary that captures the most intimate moments of her story, Rx: Early Detection, A Cancer Journey with Sandra Lee highlights the importance of early detection when it comes to cancer.
Tamsen writes about the stress of having her divorce play out on a public stage and lists the 5 things that helped her fall in love with herself again.