Do you ever ask yourself why dating has become so damn hard? Do you wonder what makes some marriages last and others fall apart? Is your marriage struggling despite your best efforts to keep it together?
Women who win at love don't have a gift you don't have. What makes them unique, explain author and relationship coach Suzanne Venker and anthropology professor John M. Townsend, Ph.D., is that they aren't at war with the men in their lives. Women who win at love reject the concept of sexual equality and embrace male and female nature instead.
Whether you're still single and mapping out your life, or you're divorced or unhappily married, Women Who Win at Love will permanently alter the way you view men and marriage, thus leading to your success in love. But you must be willing to step outside your comfort zone and accept countercultural truths. If you can do that, you've found the key.
You know how to win at almost everything else. Isn't it time for you to win at love? In Women Who Win at Love, you will learn:
- the eight dating rules that lead to marriage
- why super successful women struggle in love
- what men want and what women want (hint: they're not the same)
- why love is not a reason to get married
- how to avoid the green grass syndrome
- why acting like a man lands women in a ditch
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About the Author
Suzanne Venker is an author, columnist, and relationship coach known as The Feminist “Fixer.” For over fifteen years Suzanne has freed women from feminist attitudes that hurt their relationships and undermine their ability to find lasting love. Her writing has appeared in many publications, including The New York Post, USA Today, Time, and Parents. Women Who Win at Love is her fifth book.
John M. Townsend Ph.D., is Professor of Anthropology at Syracuse University and an expert on the evolutionary roots of sex differences. He has authored countless articles, as well as the book What Women Want—What Men Want (Oxford University Press), and has appeared on many national television and radio talk shows.