EP 469: Carolyn Lee Arnold - Fifty Dates After Fifty

Carolyn Lee Arnold is a writer, hiker, relationship workshop assistant, and former educational researcher. Fifty First Dates After Fifty is about an experiment she set up for dating men. Before that, she spent 18 years identifying as a lesbian feminist. Still a feminist, she lives in the San Francisco Bay Area.
In this episode of Last First Date Radio:

Why Carolyn wrote a book about her fifty dates after fifty
How setting a goal of 50 dates made dating more enjoyable
The workshops Carolyn attended that helped her learn more about love, intimacy, and sexuality
How dating married or unavailable men helped her on her journey to love
The lessons she learned from her dating research project
How she found the man she’s with now
What you can learn from this book to help you enjoy the dating process

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