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Hi! I’m Suzanne Venker. I help women make smart choices in life and in love by imploding cultural narratives that undermine this goal.

That means I say things about men, marriage, work & family that run counter to what the culture teaches. Women are routinely besieged with false and misleading information that undermines their happiness and well-being.

Here’s what we know today: According to a 2007 report from the National Bureau of Economic Research, “As women have gained more freedom, more education, and more power, they have become less happy.” This is true both in America and in the U.K.

Does that mean women shouldn’t be free, educated or powerful? No. But it does mean progress comes at a price. And we all have to decide what we’re willing to pay.

If you want to be happy, you must change the paradigm you’ve been taught to embrace. A paradigm is the lens by which you view the world and the people in it. It’s the attitude you’ve been conditioned to carry with you, which in turn governs your choices and behavior. If the paradigm is flawed, your life will be flawed too.

Change the paradigm, and you change your life. Read Suzanne’s formal bio.

“If you don’t design your own life plan, chances are you’ll fall into someone else’s plan.” — Jim Rohn

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SUZANNE’S BOOKS

THE ALPHA FEMALE’S GUIDE TO MEN AND MARRIAGE

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Part memoir/part advice, this book helps women with domineering personalities learn how to love a man.

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THE TWO-INCOME TRAP

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A powerful argument for sequencing one’s life to reap the rewards of motherhood (eBook)

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THE WAR ON MEN

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An explosive treatise on the new sexual dynamic that pervades America: empowering women by dis-empowering men

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COMMENTARY

  • It’s Fatherlessness Day again. What will we do about it?

    Frederick Douglass once said, “It is easier to build strong children than it is to repair broken men.” Indeed, I shudder to think of what life would be like for both of my children—but especially for my son—if I was not married to their father, or......

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  • Hell hath no fury like a feminist scorned

    This article was originally published at the Washington Examiner.  Perhaps you think Democrats are the most outraged by President Trump, but even they can’t sink as low as feminists can. Yes, feminists are Democrats, too. But they’re in a category all their own, as Lisa......

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  • Carisa’s Story: A Working Mother’s Case for Staying Home

    Fifteen years ago I wrote my first book about the incalculable value of mothering—not motherhood, mothering—and why children and families are better off all the way around when mothers, or simply parents in general, stay home. One of the main questions I’ve been asked over the years since I......

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