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Legs shaking, eyes swollen from crying, glamorous WPIX news anchor Tamsen Fadal struggled to put on a brave face at the rooftop party thrown by her network at the Gansevoort hotel in New York’s Meatpacking District.It was May 16, 2012 — the day that details were splashed in The Post’s Page Six of her impending divorce from dashing “love doctor” husband Matt Titus.
She began with baby steps — like tossing the enormous king-size bed, which had never fit into their bedroom properly.“I thought: ‘I can do this.’ I got up in the morning, I walked the dog, I went to the gym, I went and got my coffee. I was able to walk around some of the places I’d avoided, where I used to go [with Titus].“It was liberating.” As for regrets, Fadal reveals that she sometimes fears that motherhood might have passed her by.When I was five, we immigrated to Kansas City, Missouri. That’s a pretty strange place and time for a five-year old boy from Taiwan to grow up in. My parents tell me that I didn’t say a word for the whole first year of school in Kansas. It’d be an understatement to say that I was the odd one out. Nowadays you can’t walk down the street without seeing an Asian grocery store. I also had to wear basketball shoes that were two sizes too big just because my well-meaning uncle bought them for me, and we didn’t want to hurt his feelings. Oh yeah, and don’t forget, I was six inches shorter than everybody else. I was the star jazz musician in our high school for the performing arts. I was also a star student, getting straight A’s with little effort.In warm-up for a big game, I once dribbled the ball on my over-sized shoe, and the ball went flying into the bench. This was enough to get me my first real girlfriend, a curvy dancer with a sexy Marilyn Monroe voice. And she was white, though that wasn’t a big deal for me, in case you were wondering, since almost all the girls in my school were white.
Those looking for dirt on Fadal’s breakup will be disappointed, since much of her renaissance comes from looking forward, not back.