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The Great Love Debate comes to Greenwich April 17th

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Greenwich, CT | Added on April 11, 2014 At 08:10 PM

Are you still looking for the right person? The Great Love Debate is coming to Greenwich, bringing together a panel of dating experts to help singles better understand relationships. 

"I believe that a relationship with yourself is the number one relationship that you have to establish, once you know that you are complete within yourself then it opens up a space to be able to flourish in a relationship," said Allyson Spellman, Empowerment Coach and Panelist.

"There are opportunities that are presented to us every single day, to be within 10 yards of somebody who could be the love of your life, and in 60 seconds you can either act on that opportunity or you can dismiss it or walk through life with blinders on and it sort of teaches people to break those down and be aware of those possibilities," said Brian Howie, Author and Panelist.

The event will divide men and women in the audience to help establish a comfortable environment to encourage open conversation with the panelists.

"Hopefully just seeing the panelists, seeing the audience, and seeing the wonderful people that are there to give supportive advice, hopefully they will look at us all and say this is a group of my peers and this is an open place where I can really just say what I want," said Samantha Knapp, TV/ Radio Personality, Moderator. 

"I think it's wonderful to bring men and women together to hear each other, there are so many assumptions made about the opposite sex, so I think if people just hear each other, that would be fantastic and really get to know what goes on in the minds of men and women," said Sandy Weiner, Dating Coach and Panelist.

The event is on April 17th at Greenwich Library in the Cole Auditorium. Tickets must be reserved in advance. For more information or to purchase a ticket visit

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