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MEET SUZANNE

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Welcome! I’m Suzanne Venker—wife, mother and author of five provocative books and countless articles on men, marriage and modern love. The purpose of my work is to share countercultural ideas and resources I know will help you rock it in life and in love.  

Here is the narrative women live with today: men are the enemy; good marriages don’t exist; biology is bogus; and a woman’s value is only as good as her paycheck. 

Every single one of those is a lie. 

Do not listen to the culture.  

Instead, shift your paradigm. 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 bio.

TO LEARN ABOUT SUZANNE’S CURRENT BOOK PROJECT, CLICK HERE.

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SUZANNE’S BOOKS

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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THE FLIPSIDE OF FEMINISM

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The truth about feminism no one else will tell you

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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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COMMENTARY

  • Monday Morning Marriage Tip: Master the art of silence.

    Did you know women talk some 13,000 words more per day than men do? Well, they do. Pop psychology suggests communication in a marriage is everything. That may be, but talking is only one form of communication. And it’s overrated. Women talk a lot. If I have a......

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  • Monday Morning Marriage Tip: Let go.

    Are you a control freak? Do you take your everyday frustrations out on your husband as though he’s the cause of those frustrations? Do you sometimes feel superior to your husband, as though he needs you to show him how to do things? (How to dress, what......

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  • It’s 2016. Why hasn’t human nature changed?

    Dear Alfie Kohn, As someone who is not, as has never been, a feminist, it may surprise you to learn that I agree with your recent article in The Boston Globe entitled “It’s 2016. Why are men still paying for women on dates?” which implied men should......

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