New PDF: Why Love Eludes the Modern Woman

Why Love Eludes the Modern Woman, By Suzanne Venker
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Are you single or divorced and convinced there are no good men left? Are you in a relationship or marriage that feels more competitive than complementary?

In Why Love Eludes the Modern WomanSuzanne Venker explains why the current generation of women is succeeding at work but failing at love. Raised under the banner of empowerment, women insist on being in control at all times and as a result have lost touch with their feminine side. What to do?

Venker says women need two sets of tools: one for work, and one for love. Go ahead and be a badass at work, she says. But if women want to find lasting love, there’s a whole different set of skills they need to learn.

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“Thank you, Suzanne, for having the courage and conviction to be ‘politically incorrect’ in speaking the truth about women, dating and family. You speak for millions of women who don’t have the same courage to stand by what seems like common sense in creating and maintaining a productive society and future generations’ success and prosperity.”
— Michelle

“It is so completely wonderful to hear voices like yours, expressing a truth so many of us know but will never see represented in the mainstream media. Thank you so much for your work, Suzanne.”
— Andrea

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“I almost ruined my relationship with my husband when we were dating because of my anti-man attitude. I have now completely converted. Know that you are making a difference!”
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